spruce Wood Clip art about Abstract Christmas tree


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spruce Wood Clip art about Abstract Christmas tree.

This vector resource includes the following elements:

Tree,Wood,Nature,Plant,Svg,Clip art,Spruce

This vector contains the following main colors: Japanese Laurel,White,Japanese Laurel,Nutmeg Wood Finish,Killarney


    Tree Wood Nature Plant Svg Clip art Spruce Japanese Laurel White Nutmeg Wood Finish Killarney

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