If you are creating your own greeting cards for Christmas, here are some nice Christmas fonts you can use. All of the Christmas fonts in this guide are free to use and can be downloaded and used in any graphic program, or word processor. All you have to do is download the fonts you want to use and install them in your fonts folder on your system.
Santa Big Secret Font
If you are looking for a fancy Christmas font for your greeting cards, you may want to try this first font. It is a bit fancy, with a bit of curve. With the right color, this font looks really nice on greeting cards. You can open the Santa Big Secret font by clicking the title above. When the page loads, you can see the font and download it if this is the font you want to use. Then install it in your fonts folder.
The Harrington font is also a great font for Christmas cards. This font is somewhat curvy, but it is fat. Using this font would work really nice if you change the color to a Christmas color and maybe apply a drop shadow. You can view this free Christmas font by clicking the link above, in the title.
Santa’s Sleigh Font
The next font is called Santa’s Sleigh font. This font is similar to the above font with a little difference in the curving of the font. This font would also work really well for DIY Christmas cards. You can view and download this font by clicking the title above. When the page loads, you can download the font to your computer and install it.
The Holiday Spot Christmas Fonts
If none of the above fonts are what you were looking for, try the Holiday Spot site. On this site, you will find many different Christmas fonts that would work great for creating your own Christmas cards. You can click the above title to open this site, and then click the font you want to download. Once you click it, the download will start.
All of these fonts will really make a nice Christmas card. Once you change the size of the font, the color, and maybe add some shadows, you will have a really nice looking Christmas card.