No need to be afraid of these adorable vampire kids this Halloween!

This whimsical collection of digitally hand rendered Vampire Kid character themed clipart is yet another Halloween favorite designed by Annie Lang.  You can mix and match any or all of the 9 fun loving characters which include a vampire holding a blank sign, one discovering a bag filled with bats hiding under his cape, a peeping vampire, a hanging vampire, a vampire character sitting in a tree, one putting bats in a pumpkin, a trick or treating vampire, a vampire showing off a bat from his bag and a vampire character carrying a pumpkin over his head.  You'll also find a clever "Vampire" wordart image included in this set.  A few of these characters can also be found in  Annie's "Halloween Masquerade" line art pattern book.  


These clipart graphics are ideal for creating your own:
website elements, webshop and blog designs, banners, posters, flyers, newsletters, headers, buttons, badges, logos, avatars, advertisements, video production graphics, product packaging, stationery products, business cards, signatures, games, toys, digital scrapbooking, jewelery, magnets, stickers, fabrics, applique, embroidery, tags, invitations, cardmaking, party supplies, cake and cookie decorations, textile products, home dec items, wearables, apparel accessories and more

Vampire Halloween Kids Character Clipart

  • Vividly colored set includes 1 ZIP file...

    •9 high resolution 300dpi graphic images

    •All are .png images on a transparent background

    •Assorted sizes are approximately  4" to 6" 

    Special Notes:

    •All images created as coordinating mix and match elements

    •Licenses are for personal and limited commercial use 
     (for small business purposes)

    •ZIP file download available immediately after your payment approval

    •Digital products are non-refundable

    •Designer credit not necessary but always appreciated

    •Original unmodified digital data files may not be redistributed, sold or claimed as your own work.

     (C) Annie Lang