scary halloween pumpkins with different cute expression


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scary halloween pumpkins with different cute expression.

This vector resource includes the following elements:


This vector contains the following main colors: White,Celeste,Piper,Black,Neon Carrot


    Holiday Halloween Eps Svg Festivity Faces Scary Carved Major Pumkins Pumpkins Spooky White Celeste Piper Black Neon Carrot

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Holiday wiki:
iday has related but different meanings in English-speaking countries. Based on the Old English words holy and day (halig dæg), holidays originally represented special religious days. The word has evolved in general usage to mean any special day.In Canada and the United States, a holiday is a day set aside by a nation or culture (in some cases, multiple nations and cultures) typically for celebration but sometimes for some other kind of special culture-wide (or national) observation or activity. A holiday can also be a special day on which school and/or offices are closed, such as Labor Day. See more at

Halloween wiki:
>For other uses, see Halloween (disambiguation). Halloween is an observance celebrated on the night of October 31, most notably by children dressing in costumes and going door-to-door collecting candy. It is celebrated in much of the Western world, though most common in the United States, Puerto Rico, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Canada and sometimes in Australia and New Zealand. Irish, Scots and other immigrants brought older versions of the tradition to North America in the 19th century. Most other Western countries have embraced Halloween as a part of American pop culture in the late 20th century. See more at

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