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Where do you get your cute little seasonal avatars? I've done a few searches, but there sure is a lot of junk out there! Decided this might be quicker crazy

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I have a photobucket account and I find all sorts of cute things from them. I search for holiday or seasonal stuff. The avatar I have right now is my cat Miko with his holiday gear on. I am loving Barb's, Hope's and U.L. Tom's though!

Also, you could do a search on free avatars. That can be very time consuming but you can find a ton of them!

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Thanks Lisa - I have a PB account too - just haven't spent much time digging thru all the goodies. Guess that's something to do in the cold! stay warm -

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I got my present one from zingerbug dot com.

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Only one way to light the tree!

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEW........Creepy

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Originally Posted By: 2springers
Only one way to light the tree!

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEW........Creepy

YUCCHHHHH! worse than having a bug crawl around on the screen wink

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Geez 2springers, where'd you find that one? evilavatarsthatmakelittlekidscry.com? grin

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The avatar I have right now is my cat Miko with his holiday gear on.

Lisa, your pets will eventually get even with you for dressing them up like that! grinshocked

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He didn't put up a fight at all! smirk

Look at his little face, he's saying, "Thank you mommy for making me even more adorable!" coolsmirk

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evilavatarsthatmakelittlekidscry.com? grin

I bet my daughter knows that one.

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