Free Fonts for DIY Holiday Cards

Elegance and Enchantment Free Holiday Fonts

It may not be Halloween yet, but I’m already in the Christmas spirit! In fact, I’ve already started adding a collection of holiday cards and invitations to our Etsy Shop. All that designing got me thinking that our next set of free fonts should be completely dedicated to the most wonderful time of the year.

If you are designing your own cards this year, I hope that these beautiful fonts will inspire you to create something fabulous. With the exception of the header fonts, all of these are completely free to download, as long as they are for personal use only. Enjoy!

Be sure to check out our other free font collections here and here .

Free Fonts for your Holiday Cards

Where to download: Dream Orphans // Alex Brush // Yellowtail // Hallandale Deco // Annabel Script // Calligraffiti // Caslon CP // Santa’s Sleigh // Honey Script // Nouvelle Vague // Featured Item // Sail

Font used in opening photo: Sail and Bickham Script Pro (swashes only)

Fonts used in title: Trend and Trade Gothic Bold Condensed

Font used in “Michelle” signature: Carolyna Pro Black

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11 comments

  1. Always love a good font collection. Thanks for sharing.

  2. amazing fonts! i found you through pinterest and am feeling such inspiration now!!! thanks for sharing. i will be back to browse around :)

  3. Love the font selection – but what is the font used for the text “Holiday Cards”? Thanks

  4. I love the “evergreen” in Annabel Script but I can’t get it to pull up. There is a version called Annabelle Script but it is definitely different. Do you know if it is still available and where it is? Thanks for sharing-I love them!

  5. It is a great post for teach us how to make beautiful DIY cards,beautiful and easy to do.It is a useful idea,thanks for sharing.

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