Today – Free fonts for your Christmas Cards
My Christmas card plans for 2019
Well in the spirit of Christmas I do want to send my best wishes to those aI love and to far-flung friends but times are a changing and this year environmental impact has been very much on my mind.
This year I am all about saving the plant and being a bit more creative when it comes to Christmas. To this end, I decided to design our Christmas card online and send it as an email attachment.
As well as not using paper I am of coursing saving my self a heap of money not buying actual cards and posting them and driving to the post office and of course, my carbon footprint has drastically reduced a result. Such a simple way to make an impact. Attached to the cards I am going to send an email with a general message about our year, detailing what we have all been up to wishing the recipient a whole lot of love
How to make a free and fabulous Christmas card
Because I am not sending a paperer version it was really important to me to take some time over it and make it look a bit special. To this end, I have been using pic monkey who have some super-duper Christmas templates like the one you can see above. Their fonts, I have to tell you are pretty ordinary. And hat just wasn’t good enough for my fancy personalised Christmas cards! So I did need to look further afield
How delighted was I to see you could download the gorgeous free font Bring Heart that you can see on the card I made above. Doesn’t it look glorious? It is from a wonderful website called Font Bundles and actually, they have a good number of fonts you can download for free and really it could not be simpler.
I am going to show you in the next card the Candy Font I downloaded – its gorgeous and absolutely perfect for a Christmas card too – such a fun font!
I think this would be a really fun font for kids to use, don’t you. It really could not be more Christmassy.
OOh, time for one more. This is a free cinnamon sticks font also from Font bundles – I have to tell you I had a hard time picking from the fab free font bundles on offer.
How to download install and use free fonts
I am not at all a techy person and I have to admit I was rather daunted by the prospect of having to download install and then use these free fonts. I really need not o have worried. it is so simple. You simply download from the link, save to your document file then install where you are prompted to do so by uploading the file. I promise you it really could not be simpler
Free Fonts for your Christmas cards and every week
I know my regular readers all love to save money – so here’s a real treat for you.
Freebundles.net offer a brand new free font every week Free fonts for your Christmas Cards for you to download and have a play with are just fabulous. Whether you print them out or send them digitally making your own cards really is the way to go – especially at Christmas when we send loads
Free fonts for your Christmas cards is a collaborative post – you migh also like my post on Free Christmas Gift ideas