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Featured Fonts: Holidays

Featured Fonts: Holidays

The winter holidays are fast approaching, and if you haven’t decorated yet or if you’re looking for a fun font for your gift tags or paper crafts, look no further!

We thought we’d send Santa your way a bit early this year with his pack chock full of awesome holiday fonts. From homemade cards and scrapbook pages to table placeholders and beyond, these fonts will add some festive flair to your holiday season.

Pablo

Pablo is a great all-purpose casual font that works well for scrapbook titles, journaling, and homemade cards. It’s clear and easy to read, and its tall height and narrow width adds some whimsy and holiday cheer.

Pablo Featured Font

Download Pablo here!

Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel’s swirly curves and script-style letters are a bit more formal than Pablo’s folksy characters, but they’re not too formal for a relaxed holiday season!

Grand Hotel Featured Font

This font works perfectly for last-minute holiday or New Years party invitations or decorations – it’s formal enough for a fancier celebration, but laid-back enough for livelier festivities.

Download it here.

Sketch Serif

Sketch Serif is a display font, which means it looks best in large sizes. It’s great for scrapbook page titles, handmade cards, banners, posters, and printed gift tags.

Sketch Serif Featured Font

It’s hand-drawn aesthetic and adorable imperfections are perfect for when you want to add a personalized touch without spending hours hand-lettering your missives and greetings.

Download Sketch Serif here.

Xmas TFB

Sometimes you just really need an awesome webdings font. If you’re not a self-proclaimed visual artist, take the pressure out of your holiday scrapbooking, decorating, and card-making with Xmas TFB.

Xmas TFB Featured Font

Download Xmas TFB here, for all your webdings needs. We’ve also created a downloadable Xmas TFB Character Guide to help you find the right symbol for your project!

Happy Holidays!

There’s nothing like a great holiday typeface to get you in the festive spirit! And the best thing about these fonts is that they can be used year-round (with the possible exception of Xmas TFB, unless you’re one of Santa’s elves) for any project.

Season’s greetings from everyone at The Paper Mill Store!

Steph Schinkel
Steph Schinkel

Steph is an avid crafter, DIY enthusiast, and regular contributor to The Paper who loves to handmake all of her cards. Above all else, Steph is a die-hard foodie with a massive sweet tooth and a deep, soul-consuming love for chocolate.