Even the most cynical among us probably harbors a belief in the deep recesses of his mind that the new year will bring reason for new hope. Even though you could argue that it's just another day and the date is arbitrary; it's symbolic of a new start. And that's just the feeling I tried to capture that feeling with this New Year clip art.
Below you'll find images of champagne, confetti, fireworks, party hats and streamers; a bell to ring in the new year; and plenty of messages to wish people a happy New Year.
New Years Clip Art
Looking for New Year Party Invitations?
Click the link in this sentence to see my Christmas and New Years party invitations!
New Year's Eve Poll
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Feel free to use these New Year clip art images all you want for non-commercial uses for yourself, friends and family. You may also use the images on blogs or Web sites, as long as you provide a link to this page and DO NOT group the images into a collection and distribute them, either free or for a fee. If you'd like your visitors to see multiple clip art images from this page, you may post a screenshot along with the link.
All the clip art on this page
was created using Picnik.com's graphic interface. If
you'd like to incorporate any of these images into products
or use them for anything not
described above, please read the Picnik terms
of service, which governs their use. You can find the terms of service linked at the bottom of the Picnik.com site.
If you have any questions, please contact Carla at info [@] vintageholidaycrafts [.com].
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Instructions for Downloading the New Years Clip Art
To download the images, choose a small version of any of the New Years clip art above the large images to the right. When you click on one of the images, it will appear larger. Then, if you have a PC, just right-click and save the final version of the artwork to your hard drive. If you use a Mac, control-click to save the image.
A Note About How to Spell "New Year's Eve" Correctly
Many people spell "New Year's Eve" without the apostrophe ("New Years Eve"), but that's actually incorrect. I've even misspelled it in this page's title, but that was on purpose. Many people come here through search engines, and the majority of them leave out the apostrophe when they enter their search terms. So to make it easier for them to find the page, I've chosen to use the misspelling. (Sorry about this mini spelling tutorial. In my day job I'm an editor, so I can't stand to misspell something on purpose and not say anything!)
For More Free Clip Art
I've created quite a bit of clip art for various holidays and other subjects, so I decided to compile all of it into a free e-book, called the Free Clip Art Sourcebook. The book is free to download and requires no registration. All you have to do is click the link below:
If you don't have the free Acrobat Reader software required to download the e-book, click here.
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Other WordPlay Holiday Hubs
- Free Vintage Happy New Year Cards
- Free Vintage New Years Clip Art
- Free Printable Holiday Gift Certificates
George Pinon on December 31, 2018:
Happy years to all
My family and friends!
LIsasays on January 01, 2012:
Just wanted to say Happy New Years!!
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on December 31, 2010:
Hi Darlene. I knew what you meant! :-)
I just sent a response to your e-mail. Please let me know if you didn't receive it.
Happy New Year!
mcdarlene on December 30, 2010:
As I look over last night's comment, I see that I am not much of a wordsmith! i o??! I meant "I do!" I would do better if my kitten didn't insist on helping me type! I am going to post the clock image tonight, with a note citing my source, but am also going to ask for your help in creating a link! Thank you!
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on December 29, 2010:
Hi, mcdarlene. Greetings to a fellow wordsmith!
As long as you place a link to this page somewhere near the image you use, you'll be fine. If you need help making a link, please contact me through the "Contact WordPlay" link at the top of the page. I'll be happy to help you.
mcdarlene on December 29, 2010:
This might be the third posting of the night. I am not sure because I am computer-challenged, and lost one or two posts, then my cat stepped on the mouse, and I think, posted an unfinished post! Thanks for the spelling lesson regarding New Year's Eve. As an English teacher, I feel just as you do about misspelling words. i o not know what a hub is, nor do I understand many of the words in the terms! However, I think that I can use one of your images on my FB page without ending up in court or jail! Thank you!
pliner on November 21, 2010:
Thanks for the New Year's clipart!
Tamis Place on August 04, 2010:
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on December 30, 2009:
Thanks so much, Moneylady! I appreciate your kind words. Happy New Year to you too. :-)
Moneylady from Texas on December 29, 2009:
I have been looking at your hubs and your work is fantastic! I will keep coming back to see updates! Happy New Year!
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on November 10, 2009:
You're welcome, Vickie! There's also a matching New Years scrapbook paper design at http://freescrapbookingsupplies.blogspot.com/2009/...
Vickie on November 10, 2009:
I don't have anything for New Year's! Thanks for sharing!!
J. R. Reece on December 31, 2008:
Thanks, Wordplay, for the New Year's clipart. Loving it and using it on my blog.
Happy New Year to you and yours.
Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on December 22, 2008:
Thanks a million for the compliment and the link. Happy New Year!
Roberta Kyle from Central New Jersey on December 22, 2008:
Wordplay-- I love your free New Years clipart and used some of it ( with a link to this hub of course) on my New Years Resolution hub. Thanks and thumbs up:-)