Progress Bar with Cat Celebrating New Year 2023
Progress Bar with Cat Celebrating New Year 2023
Civilizations around the world have been celebrating the start of each new year for at least four millennia and today most New Year festivities begin on New Year's Eve on December 31. It's the last day of the Georgian calendar and the celebration continues into the early hours of New Year's Day on January 1. Following the traditions of the New Year, people eat lots of special New Year's food, attend parties, and of course launch fireworks. Our white little cat is so tired of the old 2022 year so he just got on one of the New Years' fireworks and already heading to see the year 2023 as fast as he possibly can. A Holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with a Cat Celebrating New Year 2023.
Fireworks have been astounding audience across the globe for centuries, and the earliest documentation of fireworks dates back to 7th century China, where they were invented. A holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Fireworks.
This cute and grumpy New Year Cat knows that after the first dusting of snow it's mandatory to put your snow gear on and run outside to make a perfect snow angel. A cute Holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with New Year Cat Making a Snow Angel.
People around the world celebrate the start of a new year on New Year's Day and it's one of the oldest holidays celebrated on January 1st in Western cultures. A holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with New Year Present.
This white cat loves a party favor that's also an activity, and when it comes to Holidays, nothing fits the bill like a good Confetti Popper. A holiday progress bar for YouTube with a Cat and Confetti Popper.
Christmas Tree is a traditional evergreen coniferous tree that people bring home to decorate with Christmas lights, and colorful ornaments to celebrate Christmas. A Holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Smiling Christmas Tree.
Santa Claus is a legendary figure who said to bring gifts to all children during the Christmas season if they behaved nicely of course. A Holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Christmas Santa Claus Dance.
The Christmas Bells are a popular symbol of the holiday season, they announce the coming or arrival of an event, activity, or occasion, and herald in the New Year. A fanart Holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Christmas Bells.
Christmas Hot Cocoa is the perfect way to warm your belly every Christmas holiday season, especially if it's a classic Hot Chocolate recipe that is sprinkled with spices. A cute Holiday progress bar for YouTube with A Cup of Hot Christmas Cocoa.
The first Thanksgiving is often portrayed as a friendly harvest festival where Pilgrims and Indians come together to eat and give thanks. A holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Thanksgiving Pilgrim and Indian Owls.
A traditional Thanksgiving dinner includes a few holiday staples we all love and enjoy. A Thanksgiving holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner.
Amber, Crimson, Auburn, and Yellow are the colors tree leaves can get during the autumn and the color-changing phenomenon is called autumn colors, fall foliage, or simply foliage in American English. A nature custom progress bar for YouTube with Autumn Leaves.
Many people believe that turkey was eaten during the First Thanksgiving, but historians disagree with that and believe that the turkey's popularity comes from practical reasons such as its size and convenience. A Thanksgiving custom progress bar for YouTube with Turkey Run.
Jack-O-Lantern is a symbol of the Halloween celebration and the festivities that date back to Celtic times and the rituals they held. A Halloween custom progress bar for YouTube with Glowing Pumpkin Jack-o'-lantern.
Skulls are one of the major Halloween symbols together with ghosts, witches, sceletons, and black cats. The skull is a symbol of death and danger. A Halloween custom progress bar for YouTube with Skull Angel.
The main reason behind spiders being one of the Halloweens' symbols is that they have a strong connection to witches together with black cats, rats, and crows. A Halloween custom progress bar for YouTube with Halloween Spider Walking.
Mummies are not that Egyptian as we think about them, they can also be found in Chile and Peru that date to 5000 BC while Egyptian mummies are only from 2500 BC. A Halloween custom progress bar for YouTube with Mummy Dancing.
Ancient celts' culture tells us that at that time people believed that on the night before the new year the boundary between the world of the living and the dead became thin and blurred and ghosts could enter the realm of the living. A Halloween custom progress bar for YouTube with Halloween Spooky Cartoon Ghost.
Halloween is celebrated each year on October 31 starting from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain when people would light bonfires and wear scary costumes to ward off ghosts. A Halloween Holiday custom progress bar for YouTube with Dancing Halloween Skeleton.