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25 free christmas card fonts

Whether you’re a long winded, year update, note writer, or a more simple “merry everything” sender – this time of year is the season for corresponding the old-fashioned way (which I just love!). Add a selection of these free and festive holiday fonts to your arsenal and make sending those cards, invites, and thank-yous just a little more fun this season.

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25 Free Christmas Fonts

25 Free Christmas Card Fonts

1. (with title) Menjelajah Halmahera, by Gunarta | 2. Bacana, by MAGOfonts | 3. Batter Up, by Out of Step Font Company | 4. Antrokas, by Roci | 5. Bold and Blue, by weknow | 6. Bodoni, by Casady & Greene | 7. Sailor’s Delight, by Out of Step Font Company | 8. Herr Von Muellerhoff, by Sudtipos | 9. Elsie, Alenjandro Inler | 10. Alex Brush, by TypeSETit | 11. Cursive Sans, by Wojciech Kalinowski | 12. Foglihtenno07, GLUKfonts | 13. Landliebe, by Richard Mitchell | 14. Capriola Regular, by Viktoriya Grabowska | 15. Serious Sally by JOEBOB  | 16. Raleway, by The League of Moveable Type | 17. Robinne Truecase, by Nymphont | 18. Cursive Serif, by Wojciech Kalinowski | 19. Kenzo by Frank Hemmekam | 20. Font5, by Intestino Grueso | 21. Magenta Flower, by weknow | 22. All Things New, by Kimberly Geswein | 23. Quivira, by Alexander Lange | 24. Miama, by Linus Romer | 25. League Script, by Haley Fiege

Graphic created by Alli of Hooray, for A Subtle Revelry.

10 Comments

  • Cathleen
    December 3, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    I successfully downloaded two fonts. I then downloaded the Red Nose Reindeer (batter up) one, and it caused havoc on my computer, changed homepage and search engine. Just a warning.

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    • Victoria
      December 3, 2013 at 1:44 pm

      Cathleen, Oh no! We will look into that link -YIKES. We were able to download them all successfully before. Has anyone else had issues? xoxo

      Reply
  • Courtney
    December 4, 2013 at 10:31 am

    I didn’t have an issue downloading the Batter Up font – however I noticed the Font5 and Magenta Flower font names have been switched.

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    • Ryan Jones
      December 9, 2013 at 11:19 am

      This is awsome and by the way. I LOVE YOU COURTNEY WILL YOU MARRY ME AND BECOME MY WIFE??? :)

      Reply
  • Brianne
    December 5, 2013 at 1:50 pm

    You are a GREAT font picker!! Amazing!

    Reply
  • Dan
    December 9, 2013 at 6:57 am

    Oh hai.
    You have a great eye!

    Reply
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  • Kim Brooks
    December 7, 2014 at 8:28 pm

    Hello! when I download magenta flower, it looks totally different… do you happen to know what font the word “THANKFUL” is displayed in on your graphic? It doesn’t look like magenta flower… and I really love the THANKFUL font. Thank you… these are wonderful!

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