FESTIVE fans have been sharing snaps of their Christmas trees as they transform their homes this Yuletide season.
One mum hasn’t stuck with traditional baubles and decorations – and instead she’s created an amazing Marvel-themed tree for her son.
Posting on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, she shared a few pictures of her creation.
The Christmas tree is decorated from top to bottom with various model superheroes such as Superman, Wonder Woman, and Spiderman, as well as colourful Marvel baubles and Avengers star logos.
The alternative tree is topped with a large Incredible Hulk head and glows with red lights.
There are even some figurines sitting at the bottom of the tree.
The post soon attracted thousands of likes and comments from other members of the group who said they knew a certain someone who’d absolutely love the tree.
Many praised the creative mum for her striking Marvel tree, and one shared their very own Darth Vader Christmas tree.
One said, “Brilliant! So many people want a tree decorated fashionably or modern etc. I always let my kids decorate the tree, yes it looks s*** but my kids did that, Xmas is for my children mostly so they should have the tree how they want.”
Another commented: “Too cute u have done an awesome job xx”
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