The Best Free Christmas Fonts for Printables and More!
Christmas is steadily approaching, and if you’re into crafting and design, you’ll definitely want to check out these free Christmas fonts I’ve gathered from around the web!
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Best Christmas Fonts Free to Download
I’ve literally scoured the web to bring you some of the top holiday designs for crafting and creating. This includes script fonts and other festive font designs, as you’ll see below.
Free Christmas Fonts to Download
Simply click the links below to download your brand new fonts! (If a link is broken, drop me a line here and I’ll fix it for you.) Before you go, scroll down for even more freebies!
The Merry Christmas font featuring the Santa sleigh (#17) and the Christmas light font (#13) are some of my favorites that I’ll use for gift tags this year!
Some fonts only have uppercase or lowercase letters, but I never find that to be a problem!
Tip: If you download more than one font with the same name (like “Christmas”), you may have trouble installing both versions on your computer. I learned the hard way.
Scroll below for even MORE freebies!
Installing Your Fonts
First, you will need to unzip your files if they come zipped. Then, install your fonts using Font Book (for Mac) or Fonts Manager/Fonts Folder (for Windows).
If you experience trouble opening your fonts in an application like Word, Photoshop, Silhouette Studio or Cricut Design Space (just to name a few), try closing/quitting the program and then opening it again.
How to Use These Holiday Fonts
You can use these fonts in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Photoshop and other graphic design programs.
Check out my DIY wine gift bags with free holiday gift tags for an example of how you can create your own Christmas design with fun and free fonts!
I also created this DIY t-shirt with a free Santa SVG using the Christmas Icons font (#21). I love the way it turned out!
Here are a few other ways you can use your free Christmas font collection:
- Printable art
- DIY t-shirt using a Cameo or Cricut
- Christmas cards
- Christmas gift tags
- DIY farmhouse signs
- “Dear Santa” stationery for the kids
More Free Font Collections & Printables
Check out my other collections of free fonts and printables you can download for other special holidays.
A Quick Note on Downloading Fonts
As you look through these fonts, please keep in mind the following:
- Licensing. Most are free for personal use (like making a t-shirt for the kiddos), but you have options to pay for a commercial license (like selling that same shirt on Etsy). Read the terms for details.
- Pricing. At the time of this writing, these fonts are available for free. However, at any time in the future, the designer may choose to begin charging.
I hope you enjoy making some creative projects this fall with a wide range of free fonts!
For more inspiration, visit my Cricut and Silhouette Cameo Project Board on Pinterest!
I love your free font posts! So pretty, and they always fit the season! Hugs and pinned!
Thank you, my friend! I’m quickly becoming a font hoarder. So many fun ones to play around with these days. Thanks for pinning, as always!