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Sensational Sweets by Shea
Allow me to introduce you to Shea Wilson. She is the "cake boss" of Sensational Sweets by Shea! Shea has always loved designing and decorating cakes. It started out as a hobby and developed into a wonderful business venture.


Is there any common style to most of the cakes you have done? I do a huge variety of cakes, but mostly I specialize in fondant covered cakes.



What makes you stand out among other cake designers?
To my knowledge there aren't many "fondant" decorators in this area. My business has definitely increased because of this! I really appreciate all of the referrals that I get.  


How do you come up with some of your cake designs?
I listen to my client as they explain their vision...then I put my spin on their vision (with their permission, of course), and then I execute! I will whip up anything the client requests, just look at some of my work!

I would love to see more photos of your work!
You can view my cakes on my facebook page. www.facebook.com/sensationalsweetsbyshea




Contact Shea today! You will not be disappointed.

Owner: Shea Wilson

Email: sensationalsweetsbyshea@yahoo.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sensationalsweetsbyshea

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