Autumn-themed Graphic Resources

Autumn is supposed to be all about the harvest and preparing for what’s to come. But in my neck of the woods, “Fall” is when our thoughts turn to pumpkin-spiced goodies, flannel shirts, and holidays that revolve around consuming food we can get any time of year. So light a warm fire, grab a toasty drink, and cozy up to these autumn-themed graphic goodies.

These harvest-y templates are perfect for your social media sales blitz. This collection of a dozen templates comes in both Illustrator and Photoshop formats and includes the stock imagery. $12

If you wanted plaid backgrounds, this collection delivers more than you could ever need. These vector backgrounds stir up images of flannel shirts and cozy blankets around campfires. Starting at $3/image

If you like your background art a bit more abstract, how about these geometric shapes representing colorful fall leaves? Fun and modern meet simplicity. $5

These Photoshop brushes replicate the artist’s sketches of autumnal favorites, such as pumpkins, wheat, and sunflowers. The five included brushes are free, while the entire 20-brush set is only $5.

This free plug-in lets you bring autumn to all who visit your WordPress website. Leaves falling gently across the page but I don’t have to rake them up? I’m in!

Muted browns and greens bring this set of autumn elements together. From unexpected moths and foxes to the more traditional corn and gourds, these illustrations come in editable vector format, as well as JPEG and PNG versions. Approximately $6.40

This group of 18 stock photos brings a minimalistic, clean, crafts-y feeling to anything you create with them. Each one looks like a page out of a Martha Stewart magazine photo shoot. $47

Spice up your autumn presentations with this Keynote template sporting a fall color palette and pre-made infographics. All elements are Keynote native, and the template also comes in PowerPoint and Google Slides flavors. $9

The OpenType Autumn Flower Script font is perfect for your pumpkin-spiced adventures and food-based holiday invite design. The script font features ligatures and alternates for some lowercase characters that add extra flourish. $12

This set of color palettes available from the Adobe Color community resulted from a search on the autumn tag (as opposed to only seeing palettes with autumn in the name). You can drool over color themes like “ginger lemon honey tea” and “pumpkin cake,” then download the ASE files to use in your Adobe projects. Free

This Photoshop tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make an “autumn queen” using photo compositing. Even if you don’t grab all the referenced assets, you’ll still come away with knowledge how to composite all year long! Free

While this one doesn’t exactly scream autumn, it DOES have an Alice in Wonderland-like feeling to me…and that makes me think of fall, for some reason. No matter, this cool Photoshop action gives the illusion of a magnifying glass on a portion of your image. Free

Well, it wouldn’t be a collection of autumn-inspired goodies without a brush that lets you sprinkle maple leaves across your images. This set of 101 watercolor brushes come as scatter or art brushes for Adobe Illustrator. Approximately $13

This collection features vector elements (all with corresponding Photoshop versions) full of laurels, swashes, and ornamental items. There is even a bonus Illustrator pattern brush included. $12

Tired of the cliché of maple leaves in autumn? This seamless pattern features rowan leaves crafted using a fall palette to use as a repeating background pattern. Price varies by Adobe Stock subscription

This fall flyer bundle contains fully-layered Photoshop files—8 high-res CMYK templates with links to the fonts used). The text layers are editable for easy customization. $16

This collection of harvest-y goodness features an alphabet made from leaves, in both EPS and PNG formats. The set also includes a scatter brush for Illustrator, a seamless pattern, and a pre-made sale layout using the leaf alphabet. $5

These 16 images evoke the textures of autumn. Leaves and lichen and bugs, oh my! Free

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Posted on: September 4, 2018

Erica Gamet

Erica Gamet has been involved in the graphics industry for an unbelievable 30 years! She is a speaker, writer, and trainer, focusing on Adobe InDesign and Illustrator, Apple Keynote and iBooks Author, and other print- and production-related topics. She is a regular presence at CreativePro Week’s PePcon and InDesign Conferences, and has spoken at ebookcraft in Canada and Making Design in Norway. You can find Erica’s online tutorials at CreativeLive and through her YouTube channel. When she isn’t at her computer, she can be found exploring her new homebase of Seattle and the greater Pacific Northwest.

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