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This Harry Potter Christmas Tree Is Everything

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What’s better than Christmas? A Harry Potter Christmas of course! Being a potterhead myself, I practically drooled over this stunning Harry Potter themed Christmas tree.

According to marthastewart.com, this tree is by Kathryn Burnett, a 29-year old woman from Seaham, England who loved both Christmas and Harry Potter that she combined the two in the most epic magical wizarding Christmas tree any muggle would ever hope to own.

She has collected enough ornaments from her 11 visits to the Warner Bros. Studios in London where she toured the Harry Potter film sets. The tree took 8 hours to decorate with almost everything Harry Potter you can think of, from The Sorting Hat as the “star” with a naughty Cornish Pixie hanging from it, the Weasley’s Flying Ford Anglia, and a ticket to the Knight Bus. She also hung the Hogwarts houses crests, Harry’s Hogwarts acceptance letter, as well as Tom Riddle’s infamous horcruxes.

A Cornish Pixie naughtily awaits an unsuspecting muggle as it hangs onto the Sorting Hat which tops this wonderful tree.
A Cornish Pixie naughtily awaits an unsuspecting muggle as it hangs onto the Sorting Hat which tops this wonderful tree.

The decorations didn’t just stop at the tree itself. Surrounding the tree are a Nimbus 2001, Hedwig and confections from Honeydukes such as Chocolate Frogs and Berty Bott’s Every Flavor Beans.

Harry's trunk, Gryffindor scarf, his snowy owl, Hedwig,  and his ticket to the Hogwarts Express adorns the foot of the tree.
Harry’s trunk, Gryffindor scarf, his snowy owl, Hedwig, and his ticket to the Hogwarts Express adorns the foot of the tree.

It’s so wonderfully magical, that it garnered a “like” from J.K. Rowling herself.

Sigh. If you’re a fierce Harry Potter fan like me, you would know how I feel. Check out more photos of this magical tree below.

Here you can see Harry's Hogwarts acceptance letter and his iconic round-faced glasses, his stag Patronus, a howler, a broomstick and the word "Always", a loving tribute to the late Alan Rickman who played the beloved Severus Snape.
Here you can see Harry’s Hogwarts acceptance letter and his iconic round-faced glasses, his stag Patronus, a howler, a broomstick and the word “Always”, a loving tribute to the late Alan Rickman who played the beloved Severus Snape.
The flying car showing signs of its encounter with the Whomping Willow, the Slytherin House crest, a Chocolate Frog and a ticket to the Knight Bus.
The flying car showing signs of its encounter with the Whomping Willow, the Slytherin and Hufflepuff House crests, a Chocolate Frog, a ticket to the Knight Bus and the symbol of The Deathly Hallows.
Shown here is Hermione's Time Turner and a Ministry of Magic office memo, which fly around to each department, folded as paper airplanes.
Shown here is Hermione’s Time Turner and a Ministry of Magic office memo which fly around to each department, folded as paper airplanes.
The Maurader's Map makes an appearance together with a Yule Ball flyer, the Knight Bus, Luna Lovegood's Spectraspecs, the Ravenclaw House crest and Rowena Ravenclaw's diadem which is also one of the 7 horcruxes.
The Maurader’s Map makes an appearance together with a Yule Ball flyer, the Knight Bus, Luna Lovegood’s Spectraspecs, the Ravenclaw House crest and Rowena Ravenclaw’s diadem which is also one of the 7 horcruxes. Is that Dolores Umbridge I see?
Draco Malfoy's Nimbus 2001 and his Slytherin scarf are displayed at the other side of the tree, together with the ostrich feathers the young wizards used to practice the Wingardium Leviosa charm.
Draco Malfoy’s Nimbus 2001 and his Slytherin scarf are displayed at the other side of the tree, together with the ostrich feathers the young wizards at Hogwarts used to practice the Wingardium Leviosa charm.

Photos: Kathryn Burnett

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