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The Nightmare Before Christmas

Familiar characters from Tim Burton's animated feature film The Nightmare Before Christmas.

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Halloween Town

Decorate your desktop with this wallpaper inspired by Halloween Town from The Nightmare Before Christmas.

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The Polar Express

All aboard for icons from The Polar Express.

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QuickPix 2006

Complete set of QuickPix icons released in 2006.

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Frosty The Snowman

Icons from the classic children's holiday cartoon.

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Rudy

Rudolph patiently waits to decorate your desktop while he gets ready to pull Santa’s sleigh once again.

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CrisCow

What would Christmas time be without a desktop picture of the traditional Christmas Cow? He’s so festive!

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Palace of St. Nikolas™

Classic desktop icons that tell the true origin of Santa.

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Kidcon - Holidays

Kidcon style icons of Christmas, Hanukkah & more!

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