4 Winter Tree Images- Spooky
Today we have a marvelous collection of 4 Winter Tree Images- Spooky! The images featured below are stunning Black and White graphics. What I like the most is that the Trees have no leaves, which makes them so useful for a variety of different projects. I have darkened up the lines a bit to give some of the trees a spookier appearance. I think these would work well in Halloween projects. Perhaps you could add some crows in the trees or some headstones around the tree trunks. These would be great to use for Winter, in a Family Tree Project, or for a Wedding Guest Book! I hope you like them!
Winter Tree Clipart- Spooky
Pictured above we have an interesting looking Tree Clip Art Graphic from an Antique Agricultural Book! The book is from Emily’s Collection, and she was nice enough to allow me to scan and share it with you! The tree is tall like an Ash, Hemlock, Pin Oak, or even nut trees like Pecan. Its branches grow more compact and straight in an upward direction. The illustration is actually quite interesting in its simplicity!
Featured above is another Tree Graphic from Emily’s Antique Agricultural Book! This is a shorter tree with spreading branches that flow more openly than the one above it. It looks kind of sad without its leaves, doesn’t it? This image reminds me of a Maple or Elm tree. I am certainly not a tree expert, so don’t hold me to the names please!Here we have an Eerie Tree without leaves, don’t you think? Perhaps this looks a little scary to me because it is almost Fall and I am thinking of Halloween decor. I’ve darkened up the lines a bit to give it a spookier appearance, and did the same with the little forest that you see below. This spectacular and stately tree is quite splendid. It reminds me of The Village Blacksmith poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “Under a spreading chestnut–tree. The village smithy stands;…” It seems that George Orwell also used that phrase ‘Under the spreading chestnut tree….” Interesting, although it may not be a chestnut tree!!
Here we have a handsome set of Creepy Trees without leaves. This little forest is a fun look at tree sizes. There is one tall tree in the center and a shorter one on each side. The tall tree has beautiful branches. I just love how they are drawn. Also, the lines on these were darkened up to give them a spookier appearance.
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of 4 Winter Tree Images- Spooky!! You might also like the 150+ images in our Garden Clip Art and Graphics Archives HERE or the 250+ images in our creepy Halloween Clip Art Archives HERE!
I am so glad you posted these trees. My Sunday School class is going to glue pretty autumn leaves that I have collected in the yard to these pictures and I didn’t know where to find them. k
Pat C. says
How unusual! Thank you, Karen, and thanks to those who posted such great ideas on how to use them!: )
Thank you for the trees!
Emma and Susan says
Thank you for such usable images.
Love and hugs
Thank you for the trees! 🙂
Karen Watson says
Thanks everyone! I’m glad so many of you have ideas for these already!
Thank you so much for sharing these trees! ♥ I think I will decorate them with some owls, a black cat and a lantern… O I’ve so many ideas for the trees just this moment. I’ve always more ideas than time.*Sight*
I like these trees. I can imagine using my digital colors and snow pen! Thanks, Karen!
Thank you for sharing. I always look and sometimes I use and I am bad as I don’t comment often enough. But I sure do appreciate your work.
Wonderful thank you.
Deb Ochs-LaGrone says
Love these! I can see them with snow added to the branches for a winter look. Thanks for sharing!
maria l. says
Thanks to share