A Scots mum has created an incredible Harry Potter festival display in her home - costing a whopping £600.
Kemi Anderson, who lives in Buckie, is obsessed with the boy wizard franchise and with this year being 20 years since the first film hit cinemas, the mum-of-four decided to go all out to pay tribute.
The epic Christmas tree was made by sourcing £600 worth of second-hand decorations from places such as Amazon, Ebay and Aliexpress.
Kemi told money-saving community LatestDeals.co.uk she began planning in July: "Last year my kids were obsessed with the Grinch and we watched it nearly every day, so I made them a Grinch Tree.
"This year, however, the four kids took a liking to Harry Potter and loved watching the films, and I am Harry Potter crazy as well. We just love how magical it is.
"I am quite a creative person and when I get an idea into my head I give it 110%."
Like many of us who grew up with the franchise, Kemi's passion has also been passed on to her children who helped decorate the magical creation.
She added: "It makes it even more wonderful seeing my children's eyes light up and just be in amazement with our tree."
The Harry Potter enthusiast started planning the tree as far back as July this year, as she also decided to create an enchanting backdrop and display to accompany the Christmas tree.
The tree itself pays homage to the films, with multiple key mementos and moments from each film being placed as decorations, with nothing being left out.
Included in the decorations are the Weasley's flying car from the Chamber of Secrets, The Knight Bus from the Prisoner of Azkaban, and the Triwizard Cup from the Goblet of Fire.
And, that's not all - Potter fans will also be able to spot other beloved items from the franchise, such as the Deathly Hallows necklace, a Hogwarts acceptance letter, chocolate frogs and much more.
Not content with just creating one of the most magical Christmas tree for her family, the Scottish mum also created her own Hogwarts backdrop and display that features the house flags and the sweets trolley from the Hogwarts Express.
To help with the epic creation, Kemi began by re-watching all of the films and began noting down all of the important elements that she wanted to include.
The epic tree also comes with an epic price-tag, as the mum of four explains that the whole display cost her £600 - a bit pricier than your regular tinsel and baubles.
However, as Harry Potter will most likely remain a fan favourite for many generations, the tree can be reused, making it a worthwhile investment.
She said: ""It cost about £600 to buy all of the decorations, some being more expensive than others but if you buy bits and bobs over the year that would be the best way to tackle it.
“It is a great investment. We will keep this tree for years to come."
For anyone looking to create their own magical tree, Kemi also explains that they should look for second-hand items online and re-watch the films to make sure they don't miss out anything important.
“Kemi has done a fantastic job sourcing such a wide variety of decorations and adding her own finishing touches to make them extra festive.
“This is an incredible effort that will continue to delight Kemi's family for years to come - and as she says, if ever they tire of it, they can sell on these decorations to pay for the next epic tree!”
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