25 Christmas Inspired Free Fonts

by . December 8th, 2014

For designers and creatives, Christmas is not just a season for giving and a moment to spend time with loved ones but also a great opportunity for possible design projects for the holidays.

So today, we’re giving you a nice collection of 25 free fonts just perfect for those Christmas-themed designs you might be working on.

Check them out below and bookmark this page for your future reference. Enjoy everyone!


DK Clair De Lune font

DK Clair De Lune font | Download Source


One Starry Night Font

One Starry Night | Download Source


ChopinScript Font

ChopinScript | Download Source


Candy Cane Font

Candy Cane | Download Source


Snowhouse DEMO Font

Snowhouse DEMO | Download Source


Mountains of Christmas Font

Mountains of Christmas | Download Source


St. Nicholas Font

St. Nicholas | Download Source


Santa's Big Secret BB Font

Santa’s Big Secret BB | Download Source


Fonts-Lab Symphony Font

Fonts-Lab Symphony | Download Source


Harrington Font

Harrington | Download Source


Lane - Cane Font

Lane – Cane | Download Source


AlaskanNights Font

AlaskanNights | Download Source


Noel Font

Noel | Download Source


Christmas On Crack Font

Christmas On Crack | Download Source


akaPotsley Font

akaPotsley | Download Source


XmasTerpiece Font

XmasTerpiece | Download Source


Greetings Font

Greetings | Download Source


Hultog Snowdrift Font

Hultog Snowdrift | Download Source


Xmas Gingerbread Font

Xmas Gingerbread | Download Source


Precious Font

Precious | Download Source


Eutemia I Font

Eutemia I | Download Source


EasyLombardic Two Font

EasyLombardic Two |Download Source


Fuzzy Xmas Font

Fuzzy Xmas | Download Source


Navidad Font

Navidad | Download Source


Sh*t Happens Font

Sh*t Happens | Download Source


NOTE: Please take time to read the terms and usage of each featured font in their respective download pages. Some of them are free to use both for personal and commercial while some are for personal use only.

Which of the fonts is your most favorite? Tell us your thoughts as well as your suggestions by commenting below.


UPDATE: This post was originally published on November 30, 2012 by Kerby Rosanes.