Free Vintage Valentine Clip Art

These charming free vintage valentine clip art images feature the usual cherubs, vintage Valentine flowers and Valentine hearts, but their also are a few more unusual ones. There are a man and woman sitting in one of those paper moons that used to be so popular as photographic backdrops, a couple smoking, a clown, a train made out of flowers, lovebirds in a rosebush, a queen of hearts and a woman whose head seems to be encased in a net-covered heart!

Click one of the free vintage Valentine’s Day clip art images below to view and download a larger version (enlarged sizes vary):

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vintage pretty woman with heart shape border and hat with netting vintage valentine clip art little girl in green with flowers free vintage valentines day clip art two cupids painting a red heart free valentines day clip art To My Valentine heart scale with pink roses
vintage Valentine clip art train made of flowers vintage Valentine clip art pink azaleas gold hearts green border vintage Valentine's Day clip art couple smoking
queen of hearts free valentines day clip art free vintage Valentines clip art doves red hearts pink flowers key wedding ring 2U02
Valentines Day clip art with lovebirds painting vintage-pink-cabbage-roses-clip-art1 My Valentine free vintage clip art with lovebirds and roses
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Like what you see? Please help others find our free valentine clip art by linking to us from your blog or Web site.

NOTE: Please follow our terms of use when using these vintage valentine clip art images in projects or posting them to any blog, Web site, forum or social media site, commercial or non-commercial. Thanks!


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17 Responses to “Free Vintage Valentine Clip Art”

  1. I really like your clip art and I enjoy decorating my blog pages with it.

  2. Thanks, Shirley!

  3. Thank you for offering such lovely vintage images. I enjoy printing them for my personal craft projects and decorations! Many blessings to you! Eve

  4. You’re welcome, Eve. I’m so glad you find the images useful. 🙂

  5. Thank you so much for these pages!! I’ve been using them for a few years!

  6. You’re welcome, Shannon! I’m so glad you find them useful.

  7. Thank you for sharing the vintage holiday valentines. I would like to create individual Valentines to share with a small group of residents at an Alzheimer’s Assisted Living Center. Your images will bring cheer to this amazing group of friends. I hope that this is O.K. I am delighted to find your website. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  8. Hi, Kate. You’re welcome to make as many individual valentines as you’d like, because that would be considered personal use. Restrictions are only imposed if you use the images commercially.

    I’m so glad the images will be used for such a great purpose. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and the residents of the assisted living center. 🙂

  9. Again, what a wonderful site you have. I am so inspired by all your vintage art! Thanks so much for sharing. I have added your link to my list of favorites on my blog –

  10. Thanks so much for the link, inkspired! It’s much appreciated!

  11. Thanks so much for providing us clip art to make those special projects for our loved ones!

  12. Holiday Crafts Says:

    You’re welcome! I hope you have fun with it. 🙂

  13. I am publishing an online magazine and blog and would like to incorporate your link, always appreciate free graphics and would like to send some business your way. I’m not sure how to do it, am a novice on internet stuff, learning curve! Thanks, Susan

  14. Holiday Crafts Says:

    Thanks so much for wanting to link to us! I was going to e-mail you a link you can just paste into your blog but I realized that sometimes e-mail software can cause problems with links. So I’ll give you instructions to do it yourself: Please let me know if you have any problems with it.

  15. Phyllis Knoll Says:

    Thank you for making these charming Valentine images available as a free download. I’m making a Valentine craft and you have saved my life … well, not quite so dramatically, but I think you get the message.
    May God bless you for sharing such loving images.

  16. How do I download a larger version of the Valentine images? I click on it but can’t find a way to download except from the small image by right clicking/save as/. Help please!

  17. If you click on a small preview image, it will give you the corresponding larger image. You can then right-click to save it. I just tested this with several images to make sure it still works. If what I described doesn’t happen for you, your browser might have gotten a bad download. To fix that, you can either clear your browser cookies or use another browser, and then load the page again. Hope that helps!

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