There are plenty of online sources for free, or virtually free, fall themed clip art. The following sites have some of the best free fall and autumn clipart on the web. If you’re not sure what to do with all of these fun clip art images this fall season, scroll to the end for 10 simple, but clever uses for online clip art.
Note: Most free clip art sites offer their clip art for personal, not commercial use. Read each site’s guidelines to learn the permissions granted for the clip art appearing on that site.
Vintage Holiday Crafts
VintageHolidayCrafts.com has a wide selection of vintage images and prints that can be used in many fall crafts and projects. They have collections of Thanksgiving, Veteran’s Day, and Halloween postcards. There is also a page of vintage Thanksgiving invitations that can be used to invite people to your private Thanksgiving gathering. If you are looking for simple images, they also have pages of contemporary and vintage clipart in the following fall themes: Thanksgiving, Halloween, Back to School, and Football.
Designed to a T
Designedtoat.com has collections of clip art with clean lines and a modern feel in a variety of categories. Scroll down the left and look for Fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and School to find most of the fall themed clip art on this site.
Teacherfiles.com has bold and bright images under the subtitle “Autumn.” This site contains simple, colorful images and banners for use in an educational setting.
Webweaver.nu/clipart has collections of clipart under the categories of Halloween and Thanksgiving. Most images on this site are more intricately drawn and colored than on most clip art sites.
Karenswhimsey.com has a few black and white images available. Each image is intricately designed and is appropriate for a variety of projects.
10 Uses for Online Fall Clip Art
1. Decorate emails during the fall season
2. Teachers can put them on fall themed worksheets
3. Decorate Thanksgiving and Halloween party flyers
4. Print and clip for scrapbook embellishments
5. Print and clip for kids to make place cards for the Thanksgiving table
6. Add to office memos during the months of September, October, and November
7. Let your kids make cards for upcoming holiday parties
8. Print onto plain white envelopes for fall mailings
9. Create personal, printable gift tags using a package of business cards for your printer.
10. Print on blank index cards to write down favorite Thanksgiving recipes