I have sweets on the brain being that Thursday is "candy night" or more traditionally referred to as Halloween. If eating candy isn't your thing but doodling and drawing cute things is, why not try your hand at drawing candy hearts, cupcakes, donuts, ginger bread men, and more with this page from the book I Love Sweet Treats! Activity Book.
Click on this page from I Love Sweet Treats! Activity Book to enlarge and use it as a reference when trying your hand at drawing all sorts of deserts.
If you have a budding artist and crafter in your life, check out this fun book from Walter Foster:
I Love Sweet Treats! Activity Book is packed full of fun that will keep young sweet treat lovers entertained for hours. An introduction to sweet treats around the world starts the adventure, followed by step-by-step drawing projects that include a gumball machine, an ice cream sundae, and other tasty subjects.
Other imaginative sweet-treat activities include word finders, puzzles, and mouth-watering recipes. Imaginations run wild thanks to a sweet-treats diary and sketchbook, while a cut-out doorhanger, bookmarks, postcards, and more than 100 stickers in this dessert-inspired activity book will make a sweet treat authority out of anybody.