While most mums spend their days picking Lego pieces out of the soles of their feet (owww!) and the furthest possible part of the vacuum cleaner, Alice Finch gets a bit more creative.
A lot more creative in fact, as the talented mum of two has built a staggering 13ft by 13ft replica of Harry Potter's Hogwarts entirely out of the coloured bricks.
Alice used a whopping 400,000 pieces of Lego to make her amazing model – somewhat more than the official Hogwarts Lego kit which uses just 1,290.
The replica took Alice an entire year to construct and earned her a Best in Show accolade at a recent Lego awards ceremony.
The 38-year-old admits it wasn't all child's play making the building though as her fingers paid the price for the fiddly work.
"It sounds odd to say 'Lego-related injuries' but I've worn off my fingerprints several times," she told the Sun.
Alice keeps her amazing model at her home in Seattle - and no doubt totally off limits to her two kids!
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