12 Apple Clipart
Today we have a fun collection of Apple Clipart! The images featured below are beautiful vintage apple illustrations. We have some colorful images. One of these offers some room for adding your own text. Then we have an array of black and white apple graphics. Included are an apple barrel and a bucket filled with the fruit. We even have a gorgeous botanical print that is perfect for framing. All are nice apple pictures to use in your craft or DIY Projects. Therefore, they would all be fun for your Mixed Media or Card Making projects as well!
Full Color Apple Clipart
This is a gorgeous Red Apple! This one is a 1912 Watercolor. I love the realistic looking shadow under it as well, as it can really add some depth to a project or design.
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Shown above is another beautiful red apple with soft green leaves. The details on this picture are just so lovely!
Shown above is a beautiful Yellow and red, almost orange really, clip art Apple with Chartreuse green leaves. Such fabulous Fall colors on this beauty of a Fruit!
This is a lovely vintage Apple image. The cute and colorful apple card above is from a Victorian game. I just love the bright reds and deep greens in this drawing and the cute little number in the corner.
Green Apple Clipart
Here is the newest addition to this collection. Here we have a pretty and perfect looking Green Apple Clipart picture still hanging from it’s branch. It looks perfect to be put into a pie!
Apple Clipart Line Drawings
Pictured above is a Free Vintage Apple Line Drawing Image for your crafts! This illustration was scanned from a Circa 1911 Children’s School Book and depicts a simple little Apple Clipart Picture. It is a nice classic image! This one would be fun to color in!
This is a cute Vintage Apple Bucket Image that was scanned from the same Circa 1911 Children’s School Book! It is a cute Rustic Wooden Bucket filled with tasty fruit. I used to love going to the orchard and picking apples in the Fall. It was a great family time when my children were young. I think this one would be fun to color in too!
Similarly, the picture featured above is a Free Vintage Apple Barrel Image! This illustration is a matching image to the others in this group. Shown is a cute Rustic Barrel filled with fruit. I wonder how many pieces are in this barrel? The details of the rivets on the barrel hoops is delightful. This would be fun to color in as well!
This image was scanned from a Circa 1920 Children’s Rhyme Book. This beautiful illustration shows a sweet little Child lying in the grass under the branches of a beautiful Apple Tree! The perfect Lazy Day … and such a peaceful scene!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Apple Clipart! You might also like our Pear Images HERE and our Best Gardening Graphics HERE.
I’m back for more new apples – and boy, these look so delicious! The clipart of apples with the Chartreuse green leaves are absolutely perfect, don’t you think? In one of our markets, they have come up with an apple which is called Cosmic Crisp which took 2 years to develop. It’s a cross between a Granny Smith and Honey Crisp. They have just become my favourite over here – they are crunchy, they are so flavourful with a bit of tartness and a bit of sweetness done to perfection. My grandson’s favourite dessert is when I put them in a slow cooker or crockpot – and he realizes that the store-bought applesauce has no comparison at all. I do not add any sugar – but a few teaspoons of cinnamon to them while they are cooking. They cook right down to such a great consistency and we both love an excellent and healthy dessert. But these graphics are done to perfection – too bad they aren’t edible. LOL!
Thank you so much for sharing these new ones with us! Your time is very much appreciated!
Have a wonderful week and keep safe!!
Karen Watson says
Oh my, that sounds delicious Irene! I love the name of that Apple too, Cosmic Crisp has a nice ring to it! 🍏
Rebecca Jones says
These are cute, great for the Bible verses about the apple of the eye.
Thanks Rebecca 🙂
Thanks, Karen I love apples.
Glad you liked them Patty!
The last one, the Vintage Botanical is the very best! It couldn’t look more real than this!
Thanks so much for sharing these with us!!
Thank you Irene, I completely agree with you!
Maxine D says
Thanks for this Karen – I can see it being used for grandchildren colouring projects