Free Resources to use in your autumn themed projects

by | Oct 24, 2019 | Inspiration

There is so much to enjoy during the fall season; trips to the apple orchard, watching the leaves change color, and never ending bonfires with friends. If the shift in the season inspires you to create new art, here are several free resources to use in your autumn-themed projects.

1. Stock Photos

Scouring the internet in search of the perfect stock photo is time consuming. When you need just the right image to complete your masterpiece Unsplash has you covered. The free, high-resolution stock photo website is a great place to start for autumn themed images.

(Photo: Debby Hudson via Unsplash)

(Photo: Maciej Rusek via Unsplash )

2. autumn icons 

Icons make a great accessory to just about any design project. If you need to add a touch of flair to your projects these fun autumn icons will do the trick.

Autumn icons pack (Photo: Design Zone)

3. scarekrowz FONT

Since Halloween is one of our favorite holidays it’s no surprise that the Scarekrowz font made our list. Scarekrowz is a great choice for adding spooky vibes to your creations and it’s free for personal and commercial use.

Scarekrowz font. (Photo: deedeetype)

4. autumn harvest – free watercolor kit 

The Autumn Harvest kit adds a unique touch to printed materials like signs, banners, and greeting cards. The kit is free for personal and commercial use and can be downloaded in various file formats.

Autumn Harvest Watercolor kit. (Photo: Bull and Cotton)

5. Appleberry Font

Appleberry is a sketch font that will give your designs an organic, handcrafted look. You can use the font for free in personal projects, but you’ll need to purchase a license for commercial use. 

Appleberry font. (Photo: Brittany Murphy)

6. Fall Color Palette

Coolors is a color generator that will help you find the perfect color scheme for your project. The tool allows you to view alternative shades of your autumn colors and export your palette in multiple file formats.

Autumn color palette. (Photo: Coolors)

What are your favorite tools to use when creating seasonal projects? Share your top picks with us in the comments below!


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