Who needs baubles! Superfans show off VERY elaborate Christmas trees adorned with their favourite film and TV characters including Kevin the Carrot and Star Wars
- Movie fans have flooded social media with snaps of their decor as the 25th nears
- Film fanatics from around the world have showcased their remarkable displays
- The trees are adorned with plush toys and topped off with favourite characters
Christmas decorations will traditionally involve Santas, reindeers and maybe a snowman or two – but film fanatics haven taken their passion to new levels this year, with very elaborate-themed trees.
With the festive season fully underway, movie enthusiasts from around the world have wasted no time in taking to social media to showcase their remarkable displays, which include Harry Potter, Disney and Pixar themed trees.
Adorned with plush toys and topped off with their favourite characters, the spectacular decorations even include a Star Wars inspired creation, centring on Darth Vader.
Here, FEMAIL picks out a selection of the best movie-inspired Christmas trees…
Looking good: Bethany Cole, from County Durham, embraced her love for TV when decorating with the star of Aldi’s Christmas advert, Kevin The Carrot
Magical: Jessica Woodruff, from Canberra, Australia, showcases her detailed Harry Potter themed Christmas tree – featuring the popular phrase ‘I solemnly swear I am up to no good’
Charlotte Duckworth, of Manchester, captures her remarkable Toy Story decor which adorns her bright Christmas tree
May the force be with you: Crystal Major, from Cornwall, embraced her dark side when making a Star Wars tree, centring on Darth Vader
Mystical: Trina Anstey, from Bristol, showcased an amazing Harry Potter themed Christmas tree this year, complete with some snazzy bunting
Anahi Clouthier from Maryland shared some inspiration in the form of this Stranger Things-inspired tree
The Grinch really loves Christmas after all! Anahi Clouthier from Maryland also shared this movie-inspired festive fir
Pretty princess! Sian Thomas, 30, from Swansea, spent two days creating her festive masterpiece – a Cinderella inspired Christmas tree
Emma Louise Robs from the UK showed that Christmas can be yellow with this Simpsons-themed display, complete with Marge’s wig on top