Free Clip Art: Vintage Roses

It’s summertime as I write this, so the flowers are in bloom. The vintage roses below, however, are always in bloom — even though most are decades old. These beautiful vintage free clip art roses span from the Victorian era to the mid-twentieth century, and they’re just as beautiful now as the day they were created.

If you love flowers (and who doesn’t?), you might also enjoy our collection of beautiful assorted vintage flowers. See our vintage angels and cherubs too!

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See our contemporary wedding clipart, modern flower clipart and vintage bridal shower ideas.

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Like what you see? Please help others find our free vintage clip art and greeting cards by linking to us from your blog or Web site.

NOTE: Please follow our terms of use when using these vintage roses in products or posting them to any blog, Web site, forum or social media site, either commercial or non-commercial. Thanks!

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41 Responses to “Free Clip Art: Vintage Roses”

  1. These vintage rose’s are awesome! Do you have more? Thank you!

  2. Hi, Kerri. Yes, I do have some more vintage roses, as well as other flowers. I’ll add them as soon as I get a chance.

  3. Thanks will pay it forward and will put a link on my three blogs.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs Annabelle

  4. Thanks so much, Annabelle. That’s so kind of you and much appreciated. 🙂

  5. Hi
    I am part of a vintage blog A Vintage Affair! I am running a challenge for the next two weeks. The challenge is to make a card using a vintage rose!

    Love all the images that you have on here! I will be linking back to here so the members can download the rose images and use them on your card, and I will also ask members, if they post the cards on their own blogs, to link back here too!

    Thanks for providing all these wonderful images FREE!


  6. Terrific, Helena! Thanks so much for directing your readers to my blog and for encouraging them to link. Feel free to grab the badge in the sidebar if you’d like a graphic link.

    Have a great time with your challenge! 🙂

  7. Musicnsunshine Says:

    Thank you SO MUCH for the great images! They are perfect additions to my heritage scrapbook album!!

  8. Thank you so much for sharing and I will put your link on my PB. Very beautiful, you did a great job.

  9. You’re welcome, Roswitha. I’m glad you like the roses. And thanks for the link!

  10. Love your pics, I do pass it on to others!

  11. Thanks! 🙂

  12. Hello,

    thank you for sharing these beautiful flowers 🙂

    Oh, I would like to know if we can use these images as references for drawing or painting either traditional artwork or digital graphics. Thank you 🙂

  13. You’re welcome, Sue. I’ll e-mail you the rules for your particular situation.

  14. Absolutely gorgeous artwork! Do you have any vintage carnations – MY favourite flower!! May I send your website to a dear friend of mine? She would just love the roses – HER favourite flower! Sorry, I don’t have a website.

  15. Hi, Dianne. Thanks for your kind words. I’m not sure whether there are any carnations, but you can check my two off-site vintage flower pages by clicking the ads in the right sidebar and also by looking at the flower category in the left sidebar.

    Please feel free to send the site’s URL to your friend. The more, the merrier!

  16. Jacqueline Says:

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I can’t thank you enough for sharing these beautiful roses with me. Finding your web site has made my day. I am disabled and dabble in various crafts to keep myself busy and to make gifts for friends. These roses will come in handy. I don’t have time to check everything out on your web site tonight but it sure looks impressive! I’ll be back for sure.

  17. You’re quite welcome, Jacqueline. I’m so glad you’ll find good “homes” for the roses. Use them in good health. 🙂

  18. Kirsten Bottger Says:

    What a adorable site. Just love it. Thank you so much for sharing. I´m sure you make many people happy and enjoying with this site. A rose from me to you.
    Kirsten Bottger, Denmark

  19. Hi Kirsten. I’m so glad you enjoy the site. Thanks both for your comment and the rose! 🙂

  20. Thank you for the pictures. I became a Master Gardener this year. To thank my mentors and teachers I made Rose Petal Jelly from the petals at one of our gardens. I used a picture of a vintage rose to decorate the thank you notes I included with the jelly jars. So thanks!

  21. Hi, Laura. Thanks so much for telling me how you used the art! I love knowing what people do with it. 🙂

  22. Hi. All these pictures are very beautiful. Nice to see so many heavenly designed pictures. I really really love it.

  23. Dear Sirs,

    Please for Information, we are interested for (6 ” x 6 “)
    Decals for Heat Transfers. 100-1000 Images Montly.
    Kind Regards

    Mr,Petrou, Romerstrasse 60 , 46045 Oberhausen, GERMANY

  24. Thanks for your inquiry. I will write to you via e-mail with an answer.

  25. I like the roseflowers.

  26. I’m glad you like them, Marie. Thanks for leaving a comment. 🙂

  27. Thank you so much for providing free vintage rose art. I was looking for roses to put on my friend’s going-away card and found all the perfect images here! Thanks again!

  28. I’m so glad you found what you needed!

  29. THE Artwork is simply gorgeous ,a truly visual treat,


  30. Thanks for the kind words, Monica!

  31. These are gorgeous! I’m printing them off to use as sticker seals on envelopes! Thanks so much!

  32. Thanks, Shoregirl. 🙂

  33. Thanks for the Easter pictures.

  34. Krys Hunter Says:

    I was just enquiring if I wanted to use more than 1000 copies of one of your images, I have not decided which one yet probably one of the roses, what price will it be.


  35. Hi, Krys. I’ll send you an e-mail about this.

  36. OMG, really love these flowers, great work 😀

  37. Wonderful flowers! Can’t wait to share, but most of all print for Mother’s Day Card. 🙂

  38. Holiday Crafts Says:

    Thanks, Laura! We’re delighted you want to share, but please make sure to view our terms before you do: We have some special rules that govern how the images can be shared. Thanks! 🙂

  39. Hello, lovely collection here.

    I am currently designing a website for our state Rose Society, these images would be perfect for them. Can you please email me some details on how I can use them without a creditors links. ie purchase a license.

    Thank you,

  40. I printed some roses, but the color looks terrible. was I supposed to use photo paper? please advise

  41. There are a number of reasons this might be happening. I can’t remember anyone ever mentioning this before, so I imagine the problem is with your printer. You can try different paper, and also check the printer settings to make sure they match the paper. For example, don’t use the highest or “best” (or equivalent) with cheap bond paper. That will saturate the paper and skew the color.

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