Brief: In this blog, we have collected the best and free to use fonts, which you can use for your Christmas Graphic designs. Hope you will find these fonts Useful.
As the Christmas holidays are approaching us, we are going to get busy with making graphics for the upcoming holidays. Choosing colors and designs is easier but it’s quite cumbersome to get the most appropriate fonts for the occasion so to help you out, I have curated a list of fonts that suitable to be used by web designers and graphic designers in making greeting cards, banners, display ads, etc. To create this list I have gone through hundreds of fonts to find out the most suitable ones.
Sancreek font is designed by Vernon Adams. Some of you might already know about this font, as this is a famous font. This font is mainly designed as an uppercase web font but has lowercase letters included too.
Sancreek font might be a superb choice for your graphic designs this Christmas. This font will work greatly with wooden textures, mainly as a title. But if you use a script font for the title then, Sancreek might look fine as a paragraph too. Recommended is to use it in a combination with San-serif fonts.
Sentinel Font is designed by Typographer Mediengestaltung.
This display font was used commonly in old holiday storybooks, surely bring back memories. Sentinel font is very involved in itself, which makes it more attractive. It’s classic Drop cap, allows it to stand out.
3. Christmas Tree Font:
As you can see, every letter in this font is written inside tiny Christmas tree’s. Which makes it perfect to use, not only for Christmas (or winter holidays), but also for any topic related to Trees and nature.
You can download it from Cufonfonts.
4. Kingthings Christmas 2 Fonts:
Kingthings Christmas 2 was created by Kevin King. This display font by Kingthings has snowflakes in it, which in essence represents the season of winter making it a perfect font for the occasion of Christmas or any other winter holidays.
5. Metro Retro NF:
Wadsworth A. Parker had designed the Metro Retro NF font in 1927.
This font has a lace-like pattern, which adds a retro (hence the name) feeling to it. It is suitable to use in short headlines unless you want to torture your readers. You can download this typeface from 1001fonts.
6. Christmas Flakes Fonts:
The Christmas Flakes font has frosty letters surrounded by a variety of Snowflakes. This font comes in two styles one has flakes with capital letters only and the other one has them with lowercase letters too.
You can download this font from Cufonfonts.
7. Kingthings Willow Fonts:
Designed by Kingthings. Kingthings willow fonts looks just awesome as an drop cap for Christmas messages. This font comes as two different styles Willow and Willow less. Willow is very detailed, but willow-less is a little simpler. Personally, I like willow-less more than willow.
You can Download it from FontSpace.
8. Cartoon Blocks Christmas SC fonts:
Made by Galdino Otten. This font is very blocky but still is very attention garbing and didn’t feel heavy on the eyes.
You can download this font from Cufonfont.
9. Candy cane:
The Candy like appearance makes this font very playful. Candy cane fonts includes uppercase, lowercase, and a few symbols.
You can download it from Dafont.
10. Xmas Sweater Stitch:
Xmas Sweater font is created by Chequered Ink. This font gives warm and fuzzy felling, much like a sweater (as the name). This font not only includes upper and lowercase letters but a lot of awesome symbols.
You can download this font from Dafonts.
11. Christmas Cookies:
Designed by Galdino Otten. What winters without cookies with hot milk, no wonder this font gives a warming effect. This cookies styled font is just the perfect fit for restaurants and food-related brands.
12. One Starry Night:
Designed by Brittney Murphy Design. If you have a love for swirls and swoops then you might like One Starry Night font. This font is very playful and energetic. It is very eye-catchy and stylish, suitable for Titles and banners.
You can download it from Fontspace.
Why use those old serif and san-serif for your Christmas graphic designs, when you have so, much better display fonts designed especially for special occasions such as Christmas.
Tell us in the comment section which typeface, you liked the most and which ones are you going to use in your 2020 Christmas Graphic design. I hope this blog is useful to you.