“It’s the most wonderful time of the year”
Said no marketer ever.
Can you feel the pressure already? Did you design a Christmas banner ad? Research for Christmas fonts for a social media post? What type of campaign will you launch this holiday? How can you optimize your work so you can finish on time, go home and stay with your family this year?
Well, we’ve got your back!
Because here, at Bannersnack, we’ve done all the work for you. We’ve created a few templates that will help you start your Christmas lettering ideas, choose a holiday card fonts and make your banner ads that represent the true spirit of sharing, giving and reaching.
So without further introductions, I will share with you these Free Christmas templates you can use for your visuals but also the best Christmas fonts you can use to write down your wishes for your customers… or Santa!
1. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
In this template, we used fonts like “Just Another Hand” and “Niconne” to make it a little more childish and help you create a simple Facebook cover for this holiday. These kind of fonts are always a good choice for holidays.
Fonts Used: Just Another Hand and Niconne
2. Cozy and Warm Christmas template
For some of you, Christmas is all about playing in the snow, creating a snowman or snowboarding. But for others, Christmas is about drinking hot chocolate or mulled wine and staying as cozy and warm as they can. This Christmas template is all about that.
Font Used: PlayFair Display
3. Christmas Party template
Christmas is not only about presents, hot drinks, and snow. There should be a great party and if your brand is doing something like that, you should announce your clients, or your colleagues if it’s a private party. With this elegant template!
Fonts Used: Great Vides, Montserrat, Lato
4. Santa and Gifts template
Let’s not forget about Santa and his mission this year: to get as many presents to all of us. So in this banner, we simply used a Christmas photo and used an elegant letter typography that pairs nicely with the design.
Fonts Used: PlayFair Display, Open Sans,
5. Handcraft Ornaments Christmas template
What if you are a small business and you want to share your next Christmas ornaments with your social media community? This template will be a blast for your audience and will help you save more time for you to concentrate on your DIY projects.
Fonts Used: Satisfy, Amatic SC, Glegoo
6. Glamorous Christmas Night template
What happens at the Christmas party stays at Christmas party. And this Christmas card that is inspired from The Great Gatsby is all you need if you want to let everyone know about how cool your party will be. (or hot, it’s your choice ;) )
Fonts Used: Montserrat, Old Standard TT
And now that you have these combinations that can inspire your Christmas design, here are the fonts that we recommend you to use for this holiday.
You can find all of them in our banner maker, so you don’t have to download anything from the internet and install on your computer. Also, you can upload your own font directly in Bannersnack.
You just have to Sign Up (or login if you are a Bannersnack user) and you have all the top fonts that can blast your Christmas banners.
Here are the free Christmas fonts you can use for your inspiration this holiday.
This font is named after the Scottish novelist Alexander Trocchi and is a design that is derived from a number of old faces from the English type cutter Vincent Figgins. It’s designed for use as text and also display type.
Volkhov is designed by Ivan Petrov as a four-wright family that is well suited for the complex text being prominent and also contemporary. If you will use it in Bold you will observe a slight increase compared to the normal weight.
This font is designed by Olga Karpushina and Alexei Vanyashin and is a Didone display typeface for short blocks of text and headlines. We recommend to use from 16x and above because of its high contrast.
This font will give your banner design a timeless classic look with a unique modern flair. It’s a great fit if you want to use a brush script that is getting your design to the next level.
5. Playfair Display
This font is a great choice for titles and headlines. Even if it’s a transitional design, stylistically Playfair can accompany fonts like Minion Pro, Garamond or Georgia, where these fonts are used for body text.
Oswald was re-drawn to better fit the pixel grid of standard digital screen. That means it is a great choice to be used for banner ads, social media visuals or anything else related to the internet.
7. Old Standard
Did you know that the “Old Standard” name was selected as an opposed to the “Obyknovennaya Novaya” (“New Standard”) typeface? Even if it’s not an original name but as Google Fonts said “it’s a good choice for a revival of the most common letter type of the early 20th century”
This is one of my favorite fonts. Julieta Ulanovsky was inspired by the traditional neighborhood of Buenos Aires called Montserrat to design a typeface that rescues the beauty of the urban typography from the first half of the twentieth century.
9. Lobster Two
As you can see, Lobster Two is the new updated and improved family version of The Lobster Font.
10. Libre Baskerville
Libre Baskerville is a font that is optimized for body text (we recommend to use 16px). With a taller x-height, wider counter and a less contrast it is placed on the American Type Founders Baskerville from 1941.
This font is a great choice if you want to use a modern slab serif for your Christmas banners. You can add it in your headlines or titles and even in paragraphs of text.
12. Amatic SC
This font was created by the same designer who made Oswald, Vernon Adams. Amatic SC can be easy to use for headlines in banner ads but also in small description text of the visual.
13. Bree Serif
The “Bree” font was originally launched in 2008 and was one of the great fonts because of its authentic style and glamorous appearance. It was designed by Veronika Burian & José Scaglione.
14. Bad Script
If you are looking for a handwriting font that can make your banner ads and social media post more humanely than Bad Script is your…best choice. It is created to resemble the designer’s own handwriting while making it more precise and sleek.
So here you go, the best banner fonts you could use in your Christmas cards, banner ads or even holiday social media posts.
Let us know in comment section below which of these templates and fonts are your favorite and where do you want to use them!
Now get back to work so you can enjoy Christmas as you deserve!