Free Laurel Clip Art + Flowers Clip Art

Free Laurel Clip Art | angiemakes.comAnother delightfully feminine and girly freebie for you lovely readers. These free laurel clip art and flower images come as PNG images with transparent backgrounds so you can easily change the color of them in Photoshop or Picmonkey. Terms of use on these are as follows:

  •  Free for personal use. This means use on your blogs, in your blog headers, and personal print projects. Nonprofit use is also ok.
  • No commercial use on these please. If you want some cheap images for small commercial use, check out the Angie Makes Stock Shop.
  • Please do not distribute these files. Instead, just link back to this post. Kapeesh?

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Feel free to leave links to your pretty blogs in the comments below, I’d love to see these sweet little hand drawn laurels + flowers in use out in the wild.

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55 thoughts on “Free Laurel Clip Art + Flowers Clip Art

  1. Hi Angie!

    I’m was planning on using your feather clipart in designing a handout that will be distributed for free by my church. How do I go about giving you credit for clipart creation?

    Thanks so much! All of these are gorgeous. :)


    1. Bekah,

      I’d really appreciate any links back to my site. Even just a little post or link back to say thanks!

      Glad you found them useful!

  2. So I can’t use these for my etsy children’s boutique? What about a facebook boutique? :) They are really cute!

    1. Tiffany,

      I have a sore spot in my heart for Etsy. They booted me from their community without much explanation. True story.

      If you plan to use these commercially feel free to shoot me an email.

  3. Hello,

    May I use your free graphics on a wedding invite I’m creating for a friend? I am not charging her so I don’t think it would qualify as commercial.


  4. These are gorgeous! Just the right amount of feminine.
    I’m still learning about proper, ethical use of graphics, so my question is could I use this clip art for a church sermon series graphic? It would be viewed on our website and on the projector screen.
    Thanks for making beautiful things!
    – Laura

  5. All of this is so cute! I’ve downloaded this and the watercolor cliparts and can’t wait to use them, but is it ok if I use it on a logo and post it on a website? Is just for a college web project and it’s not a real business :)

  6. Hi Angie!

    Absolutely love your stuff! I was wondering if I could use your free graphics to design fictitious logos/wedding invites/thank you cards, etc. (none for profit whatsoever) but to have in my portfolio for my graphic design major? Just want to clarify.


  7. Hi Angie! Thanks so much for sharing…I just want to make sure I’m clear on the terms of use so I don’t mess up…if I make a free printable “word” chalkart using some of your pretties to jazz it up, I am allowed to do so AS LONG as I give you credit, right?

  8. Hi fellow Angie!

    Love your beautiful designs! I wanted to make sure it’s okay that I use some of these in a thank you card that I am giving to my coworker. (I’ll be hand drawing so it won’t be exactly the same.)

    Thank you for sharing your art!

  9. Hey Angie! These are beautiful just what I have been looking for! I don’t want to violate any terms, can I use these in my logo?

  10. Hi Angie,
    I was wondering If I could use one of the flowers for a gift certificate that I am making for a fundraiser (I am donating a mini session). Would that be okay?

    Thanks so much,
    Rachael A.

  11. I’m so happy I came across you! Your website and all of your work is so inspirational! I aspire to have as much talent and be as successful as you someday! <3 [: Using a couple of these on my site! Linking back to yours in my footer! Thank you!!

  12. When I download the images, I can’t seem to open them anywhere! I’ve tried photoshop, word, publisher…Am I missing a step? I just hit download and them attempted to open the file. Thank you!

  13. Hi Angie,

    So, in love with all your designs Angie! You are so, so talented!

    I was thinking of using one of these images in the header of my blog newsletter. How should I go about giving your credit?

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