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Spectacular Hogwarts Cake Unveiled in the Great Hall Celebrates 20th Anniversary of First Harry Potter Film

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  Huge Hogwarts cake unveiled at Warner Bros. Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone film on 16th November 2021 6 feet wide, 5 feet tall and 100 kg scale model of Hogwarts castle was created by world renowned cake artist Michelle Wibowo of Michelle Sugar Art Cake was donated to One Vision , a local Watford charity fighting food poverty. A spectacular cake depicting Hogwarts Castle has been created by artist and cake sculptor Michelle Wibowo, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone releasing in cinemas. Standing 1.5 metres tall and nearly 2 metres wide and weighing over 100kg, it was no cake walk for Wibowo, who took over six weeks to create the mouth-watering masterpiece, which is even internally illuminated with 30 lights.  Michelle, from West Sussex, unveiled the cake to the delight of local fans who arrived early to Warner Bros. Studio Tour - The Making

HMS Belfast Cake

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  Celebrating the reopening HMS Belfast in London today, Michelle Wibowo from  Michelle Sugar Art created 4 foot long replica of the famous ship that has moored near Tower Bridge London for 50 Years. The nine-deck Town-class light cruiser was built in the Northern Irish capital in 1936 and launched two years later. Belfast played a major role in the Second World War, initially as part of the British naval blockade against Germany. Michelle is delivering HMS Belfast cake, can you spot the actual HMS Belfast in the background ?

Home Alone Gingerbread House to mark film's 30th Anniversary for Disney+

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  Michelle recreated the McCallister family house from Home Alone in gingerbread to celebrate the film's 30th anniversary this year. The gingerbread house was commissioned by Disney + to mark 30 years since the release of the classic Christmas film. Michelle is constructing Home Alone gingerbread house It took Michelle around 300 hours to make in her studio in West Sussex and complete with tiny details from the movies. The creation includes 63 trees, 33 windows, 14 pizza boxes and six lampposts. The stairs was made out of gingerbread covered with snow icing. Meticulous detail of  the door handle was recreated using icing sugar Kevin  McCallister fell from the sledge and stuck in the snow. The Burglars Harry and Marv sneaking through slippery the basement stairs. Oh-Kay Van was recreated using fondant and sugar paste, the text was carefully hand-painted Old Man Marley, Kevin's kindly neighbour who was rumoured to be a serial killer Treehouse where Kevin escaped from the burglars

A life-sized cake of Colin Firth as Mr Darcy from Pride and Prejudice.

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  A life-sized cake of Mr Darcy Character from BBC’s Pride and Prejudice played by Colin Firth, has been unveiled to celebrate the launch of Jane Austen Season on UKTV Drama Channel. This 6ft tall creation was on display at National Trust property Lyme Park in Cheshire which was used as Mr Darcy's home Pemberley in the mini-series and where the famous lake scene was filmed. It's made out of vanilla sponge cake with vanilla buttercream filling and chocolate ganache. Michelle uses 25kg of flour, 25kg of butter and 45 kg of sugar and took more than 200 hours to make.  Have your cake (and eat it too) Mr. Darcy ? The skin was made out of sugar paste and detailed with food colouring Press Coverage: Delicious Colin Firth - Daily Mail Life size Mr Darcy cake made for Pride and Prejudice anniversary - The List UKTV marks start of Jane Austen season with life-sized cake tribute to Pride and Prejudice's Mr Darcy - Wales Online Colin Firth's Mr Darcy perfectly recreated in impr

The Oracle Riverside Shopping Centre Reading UK 20th Anniversary Celebration Cake

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Celebrating its 20th  Anniversary, The Oracle's Riverside Shopping Centre in Reading were hosting a traditional kid's birthday on Saturday 21st September 2019. Just like all good birthday parties, it must have party games, party bags, food, entertainers, birthday song and to top it off,  presentation of an extra large, extra special birthday cake. Michelle created a colourful birthday cake design based on the exterior architectural elements of The Oracle Shopping Centre. More than 8 layers of delicious vanilla sponge, with buttercream fillings, is required to make this 5-foot tall edible structure. Michelle then covered each layer with panels made out of the icing sugar before applying tone and shade using food colouring. The logo of familiar brands in the shopping mall was also printed on a sugar paper using edible food colouring. Find out more about Michelle's PR work

Extreme Cake Makers - Dragon Cake

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Today on Channel 4's Extreme Cake Makers! Michelle made a sculpted dragon cake out of lemon flavoured sponge cake, layered with lemon flavoured buttercream. The wings made from the rice paper and it's consumed around 5 kgs sugar paste to decorate. Check out other episodes of Extreme Cake Makers featuring Michelle Sugar Art

Game Of Thrones Life-size Cakes

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To celebrate the return of the most anticipated TV series finale this year, Stork baking spread – the ultimate ingredient of great bakers since 1920 – has commissioned food artist, Michelle Wibowo , to pay homage to this pop culture moment and create a bake inspired by the show. The cakes was on-display overlooking the iconic London Tower Bridge  This morning, the ‘Stork’ family line-up was unveiled in the country’s capital, overlooking the iconic Tower Bridge. Made from fluffy sponge – thanks to Stork, each life-size sculpture took an eye-watering 300 hours to make. 3 lifesize cake from the character of Game of Thrones, Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Arya Stark The largest statue comes in at a mammoth 173cm tall and weighs in at 70kg kg – the equivalent to TEN TYRES. The three sculptures used a whopping 30KG of Stork Original. Who wants a piece of o Jon Snow from Game Of Thrones? Press coverage: Evening Standard - Game Of Thrones - Inspired cake statues go