Ah, childhood! This Cardcaptor Sakura-themed Christmas tree is giving nostalgia to 90s kids

Images via Giorgia Costumes' Facebook account and IMDb
  • A Cardcaptor Sakura-themed Christmas tree has been making rounds online, giving nostalgia and throwback feels to a lot of social media users
  • On Facebook, Giorgia Costumes uploaded some photos of the unique Christmas tree
  • Animated series Cardcaptor Sakura had been a popular television show during the late 1990s and early 2000s

A Cardcaptor Sakura-themed Christmas tree has been making rounds online, giving nostalgia and throwback feels to social media users who relish their childhood during the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Image capture from Facebook

On Facebook, Giorgia Costumes uploaded some photos of her unique and beautiful Christmas tree.

“I’ve had a lot of people interested in my Cardcaptor Sakura tree, and I realized that the video was quite blurry and didn’t show all the details. So here’s a photo collage of my tree!” she wrote on the caption of the collage she posted.

“I ended up putting it together twice, because the first time I stuffed it in a corner of the house next to my bookshelf, but it came out so pretty that I wanted it in the middle of my lounge room. So of course, when moving it I klutzed out and everything fell to the ground. So here’s Tree v2.0!” she further stated. “I also have the Clow Cards in yellow. Maybe next year I’ll do a gold-themed tree. What do you guys think?”

As of posting, the collage already got more than 1,900 comments, over 3,800 reactions, and nearly 10,000 shares.

In the popular animated series, Sakura — an ordinary girl living an ordinary life — stumbled upon the book of Clow Cards in a library; setting the magical cards loose. Because of this, it became her mission to catch them all with the help of her best friend Tomoyo, and the guardian of the cards Kerberos.

Image capture from Cardcaptor Sakura’s teaser

Looking back! Here’s the trailer of Cardcaptor Sakura:

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