Bristol's own Great British Bake Off star Briony May Williams has baked an Aardman-themed gingerbread house to celebrate a Shaun the Sheep Christmas special airing this festive season.
Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas will air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Bristol-based animation studio, Aardman, commissioned the Great British Bake Off Season 9 star to recreate the recognisable Mossy Bottom Farm made out of only gingerbread.
Briony described it as an "honour and a joy" to create the masterpiece as she is both a "Bristolian" and a "baker".
The edible farmhouse is is made to scale and is said to look just as it appears in the Christmas special - Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas -which will air on BBC 1.