18 Oak Leaf Images with Acorns
This is a wonderful collection of Oak Leaf Images with Acorns! I’ve put together some of my favorite Images of Acorns and Oak Leaves perfect for your Fall Foliage themed Projects and Crafts! This is a mix of color and black and white images, and in some cases I have created additional color options for you to give you more choices to work with. I’m sure you will come up with all sorts of ways to use these in your Fall Projects or Decor. They go very nice with our Maple Leaf Images HERE too.
Full Color Oak Leaves and Acorns
Shown above is an Over Cup Oak Leaf branch and Acorn, according to the title on the print. It’s a beautiful print from a Circa 1850’s book. I think prints like these, look lovely tucked under a glass cloche for some instant Fall decor!
Next up is a particularly beautiful cluster of Oak Leaves with some Acorns attached. This antique Botanical image comes from an 1890’s book. I love the bright vibrant colors on this. So pretty for Fall Projects or maybe Thanksgiving too!
Oak Leaf Clipart Silhouettes
Next we have this a charming image. It’s is a sweet Silhouette of an Oak Leaf branch, with 2 cute Acorns! This great Graphic was scanned from an 1890’s German Ornamental Design Book, in my collection. I think the simplicity of this image is very pleasing and it should work well in so many different projects. Check out how one of our readers used this image to create some custom Fall themed Napkins HERE. I’ve created several version of this one in different colors, you will find them below.
Here we have a deep red version
Here is a version in Gold
And a chocolate brown version
Oak Leaf Clip Art
These are some really beautiful Engravings from the same German 1890’s Design Book, as the images above! Shown above is a wonderful Oak Leaf Branch with a few Acorns attached. The original is the black and white version above, but I’ve created several versions for you to choose from for this one as well. See how one of our readers used this image to decorate the front of a Gorgeous Dresser HERE!
Here is the red version
Here is the Gold Version
And here is the Brown Version
Oak Leaves Branches
Here is the latest addition to this collection. On this charming card we see many bright colored leaves in Autumn tones. Lovely!
These are some fantastic Vintage Acorn Clipart Images!! This fabulous Antique Engraving is from an old Advertising piece, it was from an invoice actually. Two options have been provided here the original black and white version is above. The details on these are amazing, make sure you enlarge them so that you can really see it.
And here is a Brown Version of the Acorn Clipart
Acorn Wreath Images
Next we have these lovely Ornaments from an Antique Ornamental Design book. This one is a pretty Oak Leaf and Acorn Wreath made up of two Oak Branches with loads of Acorns on it. So nice for your DIY Fall Projects, or lovely to use on Stationery for a Fall Wedding! And here is a Brown Version of the Oak Leaf Wreath with Acorns
Oak Leaf Ornamental Graphics
Aren’t these wonderful?! This is another lovely Ornament from the same Antique Ornamental Design book, as the images above. The Ornamental Graphic shows two Oak Branches with loads of Acorns on it. This is the original black and white version.
And here is a Brown Version
And finally we have this gorgeous antique printers ornament from a circa 1913 design book! This image is composed of a romantic swirling ribbon banner that’s embellished with oak leaves and a couple of tiny Acorns. Lovely for Fall! I hope you enjoyed this lovely collection of Oak Leaf Images and Acorns!
You might also like our post on How to Draw an Acorn HERE or our Favorite Fall Images HERE.
I love the new images you’ve added to this collection! The Fall leaves are so bright and colorful.
Karen Watson says
Thanks so much Patricia! Happy almost Fall! 🍂
You are absolutely right! These are awesome and a lot of favourites here! Beautiful, beautiful! The detail on the acorns themselves is something else. I love the oak leaves and the ornamental images too. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day!
Thank you Irene! Perfect for this time of year 🙂 I am so happy you enjoyed them!
I am so enjoying your fall images and the skeleton keys as well.
My question….how do know when an image is either old enough to use, non copy written ( free of copyright), or in the public domain?
Your images this week are so outstanding. Thanks for sharing, once again.
Karen Watson says
Hi Sandi, I’m glad you enjoyed this week’s images! We have some links to Public Domain laws for the both the U.S. and other countries here https://thegraphicsfairy.com/terms-copyright/ You need to know the dates of your pieces in order to figure it out. As I was an Antique dealer of over 30 years, I’m pretty good at establishing the approximate age of most of my pieces, but I often do extensive research when it’s not obvious. I hope that helps!
What book is this from?
i was wondering the same!
Karen Watson says
Hi C, these are from all different sources, some are from books, some are from an Antique Catalog, 1 is from an old advertisement and some are from old prints found at flea markets etc. I was an antique dealer for 30 years and I have hoards of paper and books in my collections. I sometimes use archived sources as well to round out a topic.
Glenda Moore says
Beautiful! Thank you for your generosity.
It is my pleasure Glenda! I am so happy you like them 🙂
What a beautiful image! Is this ok to use for commercial use? Thanks in advance for your reply! 🙂
One of the most beautiful of your images! Thanks so much.
I love all your work and your generous sharing of these great pictures and ideas. What a treasure!. Melinda
I think This is very pretty.
Great image. Oaks are one of my very favorite trees. Thank you!
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