Christmas is right around the corner. For designers and other creatives, Christmas is not just a season of giving and an opportunity to spend time with relatives and friends, but also a great chance for fun holiday design projects. If you’re having a hard time searching for various Christmas resources to spice up your holiday designs, look no further as we’ve done the work for you.
In this Christmas bundle, you’ll find plenty of free Christmas-themed fonts, greeting cards, wallpapers, icons, labels and badges to make your graphic and printing designs look festive and stunning.
All of the goodies presented here you can download free of charge. Just click the link, go to the primary source and download what you want.
To get your holiday mood going, why not switch to a new desktop wallpaper that gives off a festive vibe? From Santa’s sleigh to Christmas wreaths, these can help put a smile on your face when you turn your computer on.
Here are free fonts that would be perfect for those Christmas themed designs you might be working on. These fonts are elegant, creatively inclined and festive enough for you to wish “Merry Christmas” to your loved ones.
These fresh holiday icon sets would be handy in adding some Christmas cheer into your designs. Have fun decorating your website, greeting cards, images, and other design-related elements with these icons.
Looking for something extra special this year? Congratulate your friends and clients with these smashing Christmas ecards and printable cards. All these cards are customizable, so you may add your own text on them. They are available in AI and EPS formats.
With these Christmas labels and badges, you can turn any image into a holiday greeting card. Here, you’ll see badges in the form of snowflakes, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year greetings and other festive things.
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