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7 January 2017

Let’s Start 2017 With A Life lesson From A Bunny

Happy New Year everyone! Some of you might know that I have a pet bunny named Bear and towards the end of last year, he got very sick and we went through a rough patch not knowing if he was going to make it. Spoiler: He’s alive and well but through the process I have Read More …

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14 December 2016

Pandan and Coconut Cream Puff Christmas Tree

Every year during Christmas, my extended family gets together for one big pot luck… we all decide on a dish weeks before hand (so that there are no double ups) and then we bring it on the day. We tend to have lunch and then hang out opening presents and playing games until dinner rolls around. Read More …

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24 November 2016

Interview with Katherine Sabbath, Cake Decorator Extraordinaire

From a young age, I have always loved pop-up books. I mean what person does not like seeing the pages of a book come to life? I am intrigued by the art behind it and I even considered having pop-up wedding invites when I got married… but alas, they were too complicated for me to Read More …

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23 November 2016

Everything Has A Price

I have learnt that feelings of being offended and upset has no place in business. It took me a long time to come to that realisation and an even longer time to actually practice that attitude. I think it was so hard to accept this in the beginning because I was so excited to even Read More …

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23 November 2016

South America – Chicken Soup for the Soul

A friend texted me just before I left South America last week and asked how my trip was. I explained that I was such a wonderful trip and that I really needed this experience with the students. She replied, “We always attract the kind of students we most need at any given time”. I joked Read More …

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13 November 2016

5 Tips for dealing with burnout and stress

Recently, I’ve noticed something that seems to be a common factor in our industry. I think it’s always been around but somehow in recent years, platforms like social media have just intensified it. I also think that I’ve only really started to understand how much we are all alike since teaching the Business of Baking Read More …

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20 October 2016

Interview with Barbara Luraschi of Sweet Janis

When a student first introduced me to Barbara’s work I was amazed. Her figurines were so cute and lifelike, and the decorator in me loved how tall they stood while looking totally stable. So I just had to see if she would be willing to come and teach in my studio in Sydney, and she Read More …

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3 September 2016

Secret 6: The Skills

This is the final post of a six part series about some truths behind the first 6 years of my cake journey. We hope you enjoyed reading it, be sure to comment and let us know. If you want to start at the beginning please head to the introduction, Let Me Tell You a Secret. Read More …

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2 September 2016

Secret 5: The Myth of Endless Opportunities

This is the fifth post of a six part series about some truths behind the first 6 years of my cake journey. We hope you enjoyed reading it, be sure to comment and let us know. If you want to start at the beginning please head to the introduction, Let Me Tell You a Secret. Read More …

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About Sharon Wee

“After discovering her passion for cake decorating eight years ago, Sharon quit her corporate job to surround herself with cakes full time.

Today she is lucky enough to travel the world and teach cake decorating, but also offers online learning through videos, downloadable tutorials, and her two self-published books.

This blog is a behind the scenes look into Sharon’s life and business.”

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