Woman spends a year creating insanely accurate miniature Bag End

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Dec 14, 2012, 4:09 PM EST

After the One Ring was destroyed, all Frodo Baggins wanted was to go home. Maddie Chambers, a 30-year-old Lord of the Rings fan, knows just how he felt, because she re-created an exact replica of Frodo's home. Well, exact but for the size ... because her Bag End fits in only 3 square feet, The Telegraph reported.

Except for that, Frodo would have loved it. Everything from the portraits on the walls to the household furniture and vegetable patch in the garden is a match. The kitchen contains miniaturized food and utensils, and there's even a 1-inch version of the Baggins family tree framed on a wall, plus an even smaller, fully accurate map of Middle-earth.

"This all began when I was a young child and read The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings for the first time," said Chambers. "I was about 10 years old and I was instantly hooked by this magical world. I have read the trilogy at least 20 times since, and each time it still holds as much wonder as the first time."

As Gollum once said, "We wants it, we needs it!"

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