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The Christmas season is such a fun, unique time of the year for design.

Whether you’re creating new worship slides, series graphics, invite cards, or social media posts, typography plays a huge role in creating a signature look for the holiday.

Great typography immediately catches the eye and draws your audience in.

As your church is working hard to minister your community this Christmas, here are ten fonts that will help you make a big impression with your designs:

1. Amatic (Free)

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You can download this font from Font Squirrel here.

2. November Starlight ($18)

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You can download this font from Creative Market here.

3. Yellowtail (Free)

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You can download this font from Font Squirrel here.

4. Christmas Beauty Duo ($14)

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You can download this font from Creative Market here.

5. Dense (Free)

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You can download this font from Behance here.

6. Lovile Type ($16)

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You can download this font from Creative Market here.

7. Grand Hotel (Free)

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You can download this font from Font Squirrel here.

8. White Snowfall ($15)

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You can download this font from Creative Market here.

9. Klinic Slab (Free)

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You can download this font from Lost Type here.

10. Folkster ($19)

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You can download this font from Creative Market here.

 

What Do You Think?

Would you use any of these fonts for your church’s Christmas designs?
Which one is your favorite? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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Kendall Conner

Kendall Conner

What do you get when you combine production, design, and communications together with a passion for the Church? It turns out, this is the precise formula to make up Kendall Conner. For the past 18 years, this Christ-led creative has been bridging the gap between media and ministry. In addition to serving as the creative pastor in his local church, he is the Chief of Operations for Church Motion Graphics, a ministry-focused design studio that serves thousands of houses of worship around the globe. Kendall specializes in equipping church media leaders and volunteers to utilize creativity in their services to share the hope of Jesus.

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