Five Fonts for Your DIY Holiday Cards
With Christmas right around the corner, holiday cards are arriving in the mail every day. There’s still time to DIY your cards and get them out before the new year and if that’s the route you’re going to go, we’ve rounded up 5 fun fonts for your DIY holiday cards!
Julyan is a lovely brush script font that is great for your bold and beautiful holiday cards. With a whimsical and DIY vibe, pair this font with a fun photo of you and your family and pop it in the mail to all of your loved ones. $8 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Air Conditioner
Madina Script is one of those fonts that I couldn’t get out of my mind until I bought it and used it for something lovely, and I have the feeling you’ll feel the same. What’s more lovely than a holiday card? This font is perfect for your card this year. $16 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Adobe Caslon
With a name like Moonfrost, what could be more perfect for your holiday cards? This font is the perfect example of modern calligraphy and will add an extra bit of sparkle to your elegant cards. And when the holidays are over, you have it to use for all of your party and wedding invitations – it’s a win/win! $16 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Nexa
Bakersville is a fun take on a more traditional font, and the sketched feel creates a look that is perfect for your crafty Christmas cards. With different font styles, you can mix and match and create a card that is uniquely you. $10 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Baskerville
Northern Soul is another one of those fonts I had to have for my own. This one also comes with two font styles, but one is more of a serif font and one is script which makes it perfect for mixing and matching. It can be used in so many fun ways, and the whimsical feel is perfect for a woodsy, rustic or crafty holiday card design. $19 – Buy it here
- Pair it with: Cabin
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Five font pairings for your DIY holiday cards from the Budget Savvy Bride