This year, we were looking around for different Christmas fonts to possibly do something cute with our logo and for our holiday cards to customers. Needless to say, there are more holiday fonts than stocking stuffers at the Duggars.
Candy Cane Font
My favorite holiday font ended up being this candy cane font since the typeset looks a little similar to our logo. We intend to replace our logo on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with a variation still in development.
Christmas Ornaments Font
Another charming font revolves around tree bulb ornaments. For each selection, we continue to spell out “Printkeg” since we are experimenting with our logo/name. In this instance, I also utilized CMYK colors strictly.
Christmas Lights Font
A huge part of our culture involved lots of indoor and outdoor lights. This next font download consists of decorative lights that are fun and catchy; yet, I am not particular fond of the letter style. It still appears awesomely adorable though!
Christmas Eve Font
The Christmas Eve Font is another favorite of ours. It’s quirky, novel and slender design padded with little trinkets is cuter than a kitten wearing an ugly Christmas sweater.
Nightmare Before Christmas Font
An odd and wonderful movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas, has become a cult classic and rightfully so. The iconic film also boasts an extremely popular and recognizable logo many designers often harness with this Nightmare Before Christmas font.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas has been a classic since 1966. In my lifetime, I don’t think I’ve missed a single winter season enjoying it. This Grinch 2.0 (Yes, there’s another Grinch font too) will make fun typography for holiday cards or Christmas posters.
Snow Caps Font
Doesn’t this snow caps typography look like the front of an old ICEE cup?
Frost (Spork Thug Font)
The frost font is another version of letters with added snow caps and a little twist.
Toy Train Font
Many of us at the office immediately fell in love with this train font that is perfect for any boys birthday card, but also reminds us of Polar Express this time of year. What’s cuter than a font set with little trains?
Santa’s Big Secret Font
Santa’s Big Secret Font is a great fit for more traditional designs and one I’ve seen on a few cards that we’ve printed this year.
Truthfully, there are a huge amount of amazingly cute Christmas fonts out there. One of our favorite lists stems from 72 Christmas Fonts over at 1001 Fonts. Enjoy!