28 Easter Chicks Clipart Images
Today we have an adorable collection of Easter Chicks Clipart Images! These are the cutest images of these sweet fluffy creatures! Several appear to have just hatched from their egg shells. A few of the babies are riding in carts, cars, and even a hot air balloon. Some of the cards and other pictures are adorned with the prettiest flowers as well. Others display children playing with them. The colors are beautiful, and the images are so imaginative! If this doesn’t get you in the Easter spirit, I don’t know what will! All are nice for your Handmade Easter Cards or Craft Projects.
Baby Easter Chicks Vintage Postcards
Shown is an Antique Easter Postcard with two Cute Yellow Peeps hatching out of a pretty Pink Egg surrounded by pink flowers. This is such a fun Vintage Card that reads, “Happiness at Easter.”
Shown above is an Antique Postcard featuring four cute Fluffy Baby Peeps! Two are having a little tug of war over a Pussy Willow Branch! They have a little basket for a nest that’s adorned with purple Violets. The greeting on the card reads, “A Joyous Easter.”
Above is an adorable old Easter Image of a sweet Antique “Easter Greetings” Postcard, showing three fluffy Yellow guys! One of the peeps is hatching out of a large white Egg and the other two appear to be ready to surround him with a pretty Blue Floral Garland! I love the colors on this one, along with the delicate Typography of the greeting.
This is the Cutest Easter Girl Image!! Shown above is an Antique “Happy Easter” Card with a sweet tiny Girl wearing what looks to be a Tutu. She’s also riding on top of two Yellow Easter Chicks! This is such a fun Vintage Image!
Here’s a very cute little Easter Chick on an “Easter Greetings” Card. I love her little eggshell bonnet, and the Violet bouquet is so sweet too! How did that bonnet get placed on her head?
Pictured above is also a darling “Easter Greetings” Vintage Card! I thought the fluffy little newborn Peep was just precious, and the Easter Lilies and bells add such a nice touch.
Here are two cute little yellow fluff balls on another “Easter Greetings” Vintage Postcard. This one is framed with pretty blue forget me nots. They appear to perhaps be standing over water on a little bridge with fence.
These are two adorable little fluffy Easter Chicks, printed on an old German Postcard by Raphael Tuck and Sons. One is holding a letter in his beak while the other holds a sprig of Violets. The card reads, “Loving Easter Greetings.” Cute cute cute!!
I think this is such a pretty Vintage Easter Card!!! The “A Happy Easter” Card shows a darling yellow Chickie hatching out of an ornate Easter egg. Love the colors here, especially the vibrant blue!!
This “Easter Greeting” card is beautifully illustrated with an adorable little Peep, and embellished with old tarnished glitter. You could go over the glitter areas with some German glass glitter to make your own pretty Easter Card!Here we have a Darling Vintage Hatching Chicks Image! Shown above is a Vintage Postcard with Four cute newly hatched Chicklets. Such amazing artistry on this one!
Above is a lovely Precious Peeps Easter Postcard! This is an Antique card, with two darling Fluff Balls peeking out of some Windows, and a third perched on top of some colorful Easter Eggs! I love the beautiful colors on this card!
This is an adorable Easter Chicks Download! Shown above is an Antique Easter Postcard with a whole bunch (flock) of Yellow babies hatching out of a Giant Egg all at the same time! The Egg is surrounded by some pretty Lily of the Valley Flowers! The card says, “Easter Joy attend you.”
This is an Antique Easter Postcard with five adorable fluffy Chicks on it! Aren’t they sweet?! The card reads, “To Wish you a Happy Easter.”
Here is a cute and Quirky Vintage Easter Card!! I’m really charmed by this one! We have a funny little Card featuring a large Yellow Chick hatching out of an Egg that’s nesting inside of a Bird Nest. Dancing around the Nest are some adorable little Ballerina Dancers with their colorful Tutus and 2 funny Clowns! Adorable!!
This sweet Victorian “A Joyful Eastertide” Postcard shows two darling little Easter Chicks snuggling in a basket embellished with Violets! A cute Clip Art piece.
Isn’t this adorable?!! This is a Victorian Easter Card that shows a sweet yellow Peep who hatching out of an egg inside of a bird’s nest!! Surrounded by two huge Yellow Iris is a perfect nest! Such gorgeous colors on this one! In tiny letters the card says, “With Every Easter Blessing.”
Easter Chicks Transportation Pictures
Pictured above is a darling Vintage Easter Stock Image!! This one shows some sweet fluffy Yellow Chicks! These little guys seem to be having such a fun time. One of them is pulling a little Egg Cart decorated with Daisies, while the other one rides inside of the egg. How darling! There is a lovely Greeting too, which reads, “A Joyful Easter.“
Shown above is a Vintage Postcard with a darling Chick wearing a Crown of Blue Flowers on her head. He is standing next to a wheelbarrow holding a giant cracked egg filled with more flowers. How sweet!
This is a very cute Vintage Easter Card! This card and the one above it both read, “All Happiness for Easter.” Shown above is a whole family of fluffy yellow cuties riding in a Car. They appear to be out for an Easter Sunday Drive. I love their Hats and the Pink Rose Garland adorning their car!
Above is a fun little Easter Card that reads, “Easter Joy attend you.” Featured are some cute baby peeps flying around in a Hot Air Balloon made from an Egg Shell covered with blue flowers. So cute! This one required one heck of an imagination I think!
Easter Chicks Photographs
I just love this adorable little “A Happy Easter” 1906 Postcard! Here we have nine darling little fluffy Easter peeps all in a row!! Cute!!
Well, here’s one splendid Easter Card image for you! Two precious fluffy Chicks, a giant egg, and a straw nest. Just darling! The card reads, “Glad Easter Tidings.”
Easter Chicks Clipart Images
Shown here is a Vintage Illustration of two cute Easter Chicks pulling a giant Egg on a Cart! Scanned from a rare Circa 1941/1942 Printer’s Catalog in my collection, this one is a real gem!