11 Mouse Clipart
Do you need some mouse clipart for your next craft project? Or maybe some rats? I can help you with that! Here are some images of mice and rats for your crafting needs. You can download them all or just the ones you need… I think the Rats would be great in Halloween projects. And the Mice could be used in some cuter type crafts. I know you guys will come up with all kinds of creative uses for these critters.
Cute Mouse Illustration
Here is the latest addition to this collection. I think this guy is adorable! Here we see a little brown and white mouse standing on a rock. There is a field of wildflowers all around him. Charming!
White Mouse Clipart
Here we have a sweet natural history white mouse standing on a rock. His fur looks so soft and he has the tiniest little toes!
Here we have three busy White Mice picking and eating wheat out in the garden field. One little fellow is pulling on a piece of the tasty grain, while two others are sharing a stalk. They have cute little pink ears and feet, but the pink eyes are a little scary looking. This image is from an antique Thread Trade Card.
I’m not sure if this guy is meant to be white or gray. He seems to be getting ready to munch on those green leaves!
Brown Mouse Clipart
This guy is similar to the one above but he has brown fur. He seems to be inspecting a rock.
Vintage Rats Illustration
Click HERE for the Full Size Printable PDF of the Rats Print
Above we have a beautiful Natural History print of two Brown Rats. They look more gray than brown to me. They obviously are being naughty and raiding some wheat! The background shown bags of grain stored in a barn along with a sifter, straw broom, and some hay. I would be using the broom to rid the barn of these guys!! This Instant Art Printable was scanned from an 1840’s Natural History Book. I think this would be a great one to use in your Halloween Decor or Displays!
Mice, Mouse and Rats Clipart
Pictured above is a Long Tailed Field Mouse from an early Natural History Book. These mice are abundant in Britain and are nocturnal, meaning they are active and feed at night. This chubby little guy has big eyes and ears along with a long hairless tail dragging along the ground. He is shown in a garden scene.
Known as Darwin’s ‘Leaf- Eared Mouse,’ this rodent image is from an early Natural History Book. He does have the ‘leaf shaped’ ears, big eyes surrounded by white and really long legs and tail. He is apparently enjoying a meal of some wheat in the garden.
This is a silhouette image scanned from a 1918 Children’s book. I think it’s supposed to be a Mouse, but it’s possible that it’s a Rat. You can decide! He seems to be tip toeing around in a rather sneaky manner.
How to Draw a Mouse Printable
Above is a mouse that you can learn to draw! How fun is that? You will learn all the steps to create this little fellow in the printable below. This illustration has been embellished a bit so you can see how to make the drawing your own after you learn the simple steps to create the shape.
This is from the old Drawing Book in my collection. We are learning how to draw a Mouse. In fact, there are four cute little Mice in different poses that we will be learning the shapes and marks of, which can be used in drawing. You will see the numbered steps for each of the critters! Have fun with them!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Mouse Clipart and Rats too! You might also like our Best Animal Images HERE.
These are great thank you
Karen Watson says
Yay! I’m glad you like these!
These are such cute graphics! The mice are up to playing!
Thanks so much and have a great week ahead of you!
Karen Watson says
Thanks so much Irene! I hope you have a wonderful week too! 🐭