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Christmas Clipart and Graphics for the Winter Holidays

Updated on November 10, 2016
Clipart Chipmonk Wearing Santa Hat and Holding Candy Cane
Clipart Chipmonk Wearing Santa Hat and Holding Candy Cane | Source

Want Clipart for Christmas or the Holidays?

This page contains links to clipart for Christmas or the winter holidays. It also contains suggestions for using the clip art and for modifying it in image editing software.

Christmas clipart is a great way to bring glad tidings and cheer to your web pages, your email messages, your Christmas letters and cards, your holiday ornaments and decorations, your table settings and to the craft projects that you make with your kids.

This page shows you where to find clipart of all varieties -- fun, inspirational, cute, religious, elegant, traditional or whatever type you want. Some of it is free and some has a price tag attached.

Of course, this applies to Winter Holiday clipart as well, since not everyone celebrates Christmas.

I am also going to show you how to modify and edit your Christmas clipart digitally using photo editing software such as Adobe Photoshop CS or Adobe Photoshop Elements.

What's your favorite way of using Christmas or holiday clipart?

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Shop for Christian Clipart

1: Christian Clipart: Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter
1: Christian Clipart: Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter

This excellent product contains three CD ROMS of Christian clipart. It covers the main Christian events, including Christmas, Advent, Easter and Lent.


Things you can do with Christmas Clipart

There are so many things you can do with Christmas or Winter Holiday clipart. Here are a few suggestions:

  1. Decorate your website, blog or your writing site.
  2. Use it to brighten up your computer desktop
  3. Incorporate it in digitally modified photographs using software like Adobe Photoshop Elements or others. Use the photographs wherever you usually use photographs.
  4. Make your own Christmas or Holiday cards. Trim them with Christmas clipart.
  5. Use your graphics to decorate invitations to your Christmas and holiday parties
  6. Decorate your place mats, seating cards and other decorative table settings with your images.
  7. Use your clipart to decorate newsletters and programs for your church or other organization.
  8. Use Christmas clipart in your scrapbook layouts
  9. Decorate office memos and bulletins
  10. Include it in your emails if you sent HTML emails
  11. Trim your annual Holiday newsletter with these pictures.
  12. Incorporate it in hand made gift wrap and gift tags
  13. Print it out as a sticker and put on envelopes of cards and letters
  14. Making Christmas or holiday movies or videos? Include digital clip art as a still image.

Christmas Chipmunk with Santa Cap and Candy Cane
Christmas Chipmunk with Santa Cap and Candy Cane | Source

How to Edit or Modify Christmas Clipart

use Adobe Photoshp CSx or Adobe Elements

There are numerous ways you modify your Christmas clipart digitally. (Be sure the license doesn't ban modification first, though!). You can convert your clipart to black and white for a beautifully elegant look. You can change the colors in any or all parts of a clipart image, so your clipart matches some other item that you are using. You can print your clipart out as a sticker. You can incorporate clipart in a digital photograph or a digital video. You can resize the clipart to any size you want. You can add text.

Notice the Christmas chipmunk. Compare it to the clipart image at the top of this page. This chipmunk has a green hat and Seasons Greetings is added as a text message.

For pictures and a description of how to do this, please refer to my Thanksgiving Clipart article. The link is on the right.

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    • TreasuresBrenda profile image

      Treasures By Brenda 4 years ago from Canada

      I bet there are a lot of people looking for Christmas clip art.

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      dave-sutton 5 years ago

      A good informative lens... I love Christmas

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      June Campbell 5 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      @Sylvestermouse: It's lovely to hear from another mousy type person. LOL

    • Sylvestermouse profile image

      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 5 years ago from United States

      I do love clip art! Now, you know without my telling you I am sure, that I love, love, love the little mouse!

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      June Campbell 5 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      @TolovajWordsmith: Hope the links come in handy Thanks for visiting.

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      Tolovaj Publishing House 5 years ago from Ljubljana

      Christmas clip arts are really in demand in this time of year. Thanks for all the resources!

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      June Campbell 7 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      @anonymous: Sorry about the mouse! LOL Thanks for visiting.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      that 3D mouse was a little creepy, not gonna lie. I am so excited for Christmas to get here! I love Christmas.