When it comes to nature, fall has all the seasons beat. With that in mind, we created this FREE Fall Botanical Clip Art Pack. Scroll down to find out what’s included in the bundle. Plus, get ideas (and one nifty tutorial) for how to use them.
Included in this FREE Fall Botanical Clip Art Pack
This pack contains thirteen botanical illustrations, including:
Five autumn leaves
Four flowers (Pansy, Black-Eyed Susan, Aster, and Marigold)
The clip arts were created with a natural, soft watercolor style in mind, with a subdued autumn color palette. Each clip art comes in a high-quality .png file that you can use digitally or in print up to size A3. And, of course, the files have a transparent background, making them easy-to-use—whether you’re a beginner or pro.
How to Download Your FREE Fall Botanical Clip Art Pack
Download the pack for FREE by clicking on the red download button below. Once the file has downloaded, extract the zip file to un-package its content.
By downloading this FREE Autumn Botanical Clip Art Pack, you agree not to resell or redistribute these assets.
Design Ideas for Using the FREE Fall Botanical Clip Arts
One of the greatest thing about botanical clip art is their versatility. Here are some cool ideas for incorporating these illustrations into your designs.
Use these clip arts as a border for your photo, text, or other design elements. You can set them as a full-frame or use them as accents.
Botanical Landing Page
When the season changes, it’s time to change your brand’s website landing page, as well.
A floral monogram is commonly used for wedding invitations. It may look fancy, but it’s a design that even a beginner can tackle.
Create this elegant design by following our step-by-step tutorial below.
How to Make a Floral Monogram Using Shutterstock Editor
Step 1: Choose Document Size
Once you open Shutterstock Editor, it will prompt you to choose a size for your design. To create an invitation cover, we’re going to use a standard invitation size, 5×7 inches.
Make sure the resolution is 300 dpi so that your design doesn’t lose quality when printed.
Step 2: Input Text
Insert the initials that you want to use as a monogram. You can play with a combination of Fill, Outline, and Transparency.
Step 3: Upload Downloaded Clip Arts
Upload the botanical clip art files you’ve extracted from their compressed zip form. To do so, choose My Files > Uploads. Choose the clip arts you want to use, or just upload them all so that they’re ready to use any time.
Step 4: Decorate Your Text
Focus on decorating just one small section of each letter, such as a corner or a curve. And, don’t forget, have fun with it!
Step 5: Download
When you’re finished, click the red download button at the top-right corner. Choose the .png file type for a high-quality print result.