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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

We finish out 2013 with a new wintry wallpaper from Kate!

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Falling Leaves and a Chill Breeze

Mindy rounds out the autumn season with a new, leafy wallpaper.

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The Ghost of Christmas Icons Past

If you're looking for Christmas themed icons, you've come to the right place. Check out our offerings from seasons past.

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Double the Holiday Fun!

The Iconfactory workers take over Santa's workshop to come up with the Happy Holidays 2005 freeware icon set.

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"Happy birthday!"

Artist Mindy Weaver releases her latest freeware icon collection just in time for the holidays - Frosty the Snowman!

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"You'll shoot your eye out, kid!"

Artist Anthony Piraino releases a fun set of freeware icons based on the beloved holiday film - A Christmas Story.

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England's Autumn

Kate England announces a new icon set and desktop calendar over at Marmalademoon.com - Autumn Leaves.

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