Fall Sprigs – Free Clip Art

Happy Thursday everyone! With the daylight getting shorter and the air getting colder, it feels like winter will be here any moment now (cue booing). But, I’m not giving up on fall yet! I’ve been doodling away in my sketchbook, and today I want to share these fun fall sprigs with you.

Fall Sprigs


Isn’t this set great! Leaves, acorns, sunflowers, and branches—everything you need to add some cute fall flair to your design or photo. And you don’t have to stop there. I’m constantly amazed at the creative ways people find to implement my designs: embroidery, jewry-making, or even using transparent sheets and a projector to trace the design on a chalkboard.

This fall has been a blast! We’ve had really good weather here in Utah, so it’s been perfect for hiking. We went on a little family hike the other day and enjoyed the fall beauty. We came across a bunch of acorns, and I picked one up for Davian. He thought it was pretty cool…for about 2 minutes, then he threw it. He’s been into throwing things lately. Something about being a year-and-a-half old I guess.

If you like these pretty little doodles, then you should definitely check out the autumn word overlays I shared last month, and the lovely fall leaf clip art I did back in September. You’re library of totally rad fall graphics just keeps growing and growing!

I hope you have been enjoying this season! What do you plan to use these fun fall sprigs for?

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2 Comments on Fall Sprigs – Free Clip Art

  1. Krista Quillin
    November 12, 2015 at 10:15 pm (9 years ago)

    I was wondering how to make the images white! I downloaded some of your older Christmas graphics, and they’re only black.

    • Mandee
      November 13, 2015 at 9:22 am (9 years ago)

      Hi Krist! Here is a blog post where I show you how you can change the color of any of my graphics: http://goo.gl/ifyOHB.


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