Easter Clip Art

Easter Clip Art

Easter Clip Art on VintageImagesToGo.com

If you’re looking for Easter clip art for your next project, to make a holiday card, to illustrate a blog post, or whathaveyou you’ll want to check out the store.  We’ve added a bunch of absolutely wonderful illustrations for Easter, most dating from the late 1800s to the early 1900s.

Easter clip art images are probably my favorite of the holidays.  I happen to have a weakness for animals in clothes and a real appreciation of paws.  The rabbits featured on these clipart images are truly scrumptious.  And when they’re dressed up you just want to squeeze some of them – they’re just so cute!

I spent a lot of time scanning and cleaning up the images for the Easter section of our clip art site.  After working with image after image I realized that turn-of-the-century (the last one – not the recent one!) Easter clip art, of the non-religious sort, had some common themes and motifs.

Easter Clip Art Themes and Motifs

  • Rabbits
  • Chicks and Chickens
  • Pussywillows
  • Easter Eggs
  • Easter Bonnets
  • Fantasy
  • Flowers – tulips, roses, violets and often a blue flower I can’t identify

The fantasy aspect is perhaps what I find most appealing – the aforementioned rabbits in clothes, the many uses of an Easter egg – egg as house, egg as plane or chariot, eggs that hatch humans – little girls or lovely women, etc

What Can You Do With Our Easter Clip Art?

  • School projects
  • Website or blog illustrations
  • Greeting cards in print or online
  • Create products to sell on etsy, Zazzle, Cafe Press, etc.
  • Scrapbooking
  • Decoupage
  • Book, paper or ebook, illustrations
  • Anything you can imagine….

Here’s a slideshow of some of our Easter Clip Art – just some of the vertical images. We’ll be adding more to the shop so do keep checking back.

Vintage Easter Clip Art

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  1. Kathy says:

    So delighted you stopped by – love your graphics – I look forward to many future visits.

  2. I’m a huge fan of vintage graphics. Thank you for visiting Grandma’s Briefs (and sharing your comfort food!). I’ll have to check out your store. Such fun!