You guys know I am a font freak. I love to download them and hoard them. I don’t always have a use for them, but I love to scroll through them like I’m Imelda Marcos and they are my pretty, shiny shoes.
Except I have way more than 3,000 pretty, shiny fonts. Well maybe not- but it sure feels like that!
So today I am super excited to share with you my favorite new fonts. The Most Beautiful Free Christmas Dingbat Fonts. These Christmas fonts will make your word/pages/photoshop look like you have tiny little elves drawing elaborate Christmas scenes in it, y’all. Cause you will.
And get this- the images you see here are all from TWO FREE FONTS! What the what? They are full of designer like drawings that are oh-so-perfect on chalk prints.
In fact, I have a printable gift tag and some printable art featuring them coming up super soon.
So… you’re dying to know what they are, right?
Christmas Cheer by Dani Foster Herring features super cute scenes and fancy flourished Christmas sayings that would look adorable anywhere. I see the Noel as being perfect transferred onto tea towels or pillows! So many great images, you almost don’t need another.
But then you stumble across Winter Wonderland, also by Dani Foster Herring- and you see the adorable Victorian inspired vignettes, and you crush hard. Like, where have you BEEN all my life, tiny snow covered village?
These are slightly limited fonts, and don’t go through the full alphabet. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for with some serious charm.
So what are you waiting for? Download those bad boys TODAY!
(spoilers: later this week I am going to show you how you can hand color these. This photoshop function will knock your socks off, so be sure to turn the heater up that day. I’m not responsible for frosty toes!!)
Merry Christmas and happy font hoarding!