How To Draw A Pastry: Step 6

How to Draw a Pastry

Learn how to draw a pastry by drawing along with this easy to follow drawing guide.

There are 6 easy steps to follow, kids will enjoy creating their own pastry on paper. Also included is a downloadable version of this pastry drawing tutorial.

Ideal for art teachers and homeschoolers looking to instruct kids how to draw their own pastry.

Get a thrill out of learning how to draw a pastry. Go beyond the lesson…don’t forget to add some unique details. Don’t forget about the free PDF guide.


  • Pencil
  • Drawing Paper
  • Crayons or Colored Pencils
  • Black Marker (optional)
  • How to Draw a Pastry Printable PDF (see bottom of lesson)
How To Draw A Pastry: All Steps

We will arrive at a finished drawing of a pastry by drawing one part at a time. The drawing will take 6 steps to complete as we continue to draw each part which will get us closer to the completed drawing. The finished work of art will be completed with color creating a artwork you will be proud to show off!

Time Needed: 20 minutes

  1. Draw The Pastry

    How To Draw A Pastry: Step 1

    Begin the drawing with a diagonal shape.

  2. Add Pastry Crust

    How To Draw A Pastry: Step 2

    Then draw an irregular border inside the rectangle. This forms the crust of the pastry.

  3. Draw The Strawberry Halves

    How To Draw A Pastry: Step 3

    Draw two strawberry halves near the center of the pastry.

  4. Add Strawberry Bits

    How To Draw A Pastry: Step 4

    After that, draw bits of strawberries in the middle.

  5. Add Frosting

    How To Draw A Pastry: Step 5

    Draw several close zigzag shapes to form the frosting that’s on top of this pastry.

  6. Complete Your Drawing

    How To Draw A Pastry: Step 6

    Get your crayons and color your pastry drawing.

How to Draw a Pastry PDF Download

Click the link below to view or download this drawing lesson. The PDF is a printable drawing lesson for How to Draw a Pastry. The last page of the downloadable PDF includes a coloring book page with just the outlines and an extension exercise for prompting kids to get creative!

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