12 Poinsettia Clipart
Today we have a lovely collection of Poinsettia Clipart! These cheery red flowers are one of my favorite things about decorating for Christmas. My father used to always get my mother a big Poinsettia, or two, to put in our living room during the holidays. They are so naturally festive to look at, with their bright red showy petals. We are offering a few fun images of these flowers, that I have collected over the years. Now that we have them all together I can see that we could use a few more. I will have to look for more of these to add here in the future.
Black and White Poinsettia Clipart
Pictured above is a lovely Poinsettia Line Art Drawing! Scanned from a 1950’s Children’s Coloring book, it features two large Poinsettia and several bunches of berries. So pretty and festive looking for Christmas!
Christmas Poinsettia Pictures
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Isn’t this a lovely Poinsettia Picture?! Above we see a large number of these festive red blossoms all growing together. Such a showy display! I think this one would make a lovely Christmas card.
Featured above is a Vintage Postcard with two Showy Red Flowers! The greeting says “A Happy Christmas be Yours”. Charming!
This one shows everyone’s favorite Christmas flowers on a creamy background. There is a charming quote and a gold Christmas greeting on the card. Lovely!
Shown above is a lovely display of these marvelous Red Holiday flowers! They are framing up a charming Church scene. I really love the illustration of the fabric trim along the top corner as well, so detailed!
This is a vintage Christmas postcard with some pretty bright red Poinsettias! It reads, “May your Christmas be a happy one.” I isolated the Poinsettias on a plain white background to give you some alternatives.
I hope you like this pretty young lady with her flowing Poinsettia dress! This beautiful card is from 1910. It is a signed card by John Winsch and is actually a very collectible card. I was lucky to get a great deal on it, so I’m passing the image along to you.
Don’t you just love this little Christmas flower fairy? The Poinsettia Girl seen above is from an old, circa 1910, children’s book. This fairy is done in red and green colors for Christmas. She even has tiny Poinsettias on her green slippers.
Vintage Poinsettia Clipart Frames
Above is a fun Poinsettia Wreath from an Antique Type Book. There are two bright Red Poinsettia Flowers on either side. These are surrounded with Green Leaves bending towards each other to make a pretty little graphic frame. It looks almost like a stenciled image.
I hope you enjoyed this lovely curated collection ! You might also like our Christmas Flowers HERE and our Best Merry Christmas Images HERE.
Karen- The Graphics Fairy says
Thank you everyone! I’m so happy you all can use these!!
I’ve taken some Photoshop classes too, but I’m mostly self taught. I’m always checking out different tutorials so that I can learn more, and I like to play and figure things out on my own. It’s fun for me, I guess I’m geeky that way!
I think Thursdays should be stump the Graphics Fairy! I am amazed that you can come up with so many graphics for such a diverse group of people.
I know you are learning illustrator right now, but how did you learn to do all this web, and learning to clean up all the graphics?
You sure don’t look old enough to have kids in college!
So pretty…thank you!
Lovely, Karen ~ Thank you! Happy Thursday!
Very pretty! Thanks! Hugs, Pat
I didn’t have gift tags for my gifts and could not leave the house today so I made my own using this poinsettia image. Thanks! Cris
Lovely. Thanks again for pulling images out for those of us who like to collage.
Those are just beautiful….so vibrant! Thanks!
so beautiful, thanks Karen
very good post xoxo karen
Love these! So cool.
Heather's Blog-o-rama says
I LOVE Christmas….and just about every other holiday, too!!! Thanks for posting these. I’ll have something beautiful to share with my friends…and something vintage, too!! Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather 🙂
Kathy-Catnip Studio says
Karen, This is beautiful – thank you!