Free Holiday Scripts

Though it’s only October, I know you organized creative types are already planning ahead for holiday crafts and designs. So I put together a nice big selection of holiday script lettering for you. Click on the image below to access the FREE PDF file.

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50 Responses to Free Holiday Scripts

  1. #1 - KJ McLean says:

    Thank you so much for these! I’m sure I’ll be putting them to good use. πŸ™‚

  2. #2 - Nancy says:

    Cathe- These are super, thank you so much!

  3. #3 - keren says:

    i cant access it πŸ™

  4. #5 - teresa says:

    I LOVE all of those VINTAGE holiday scripts!
    You have the BEST taste!

  5. #6 - Annjilla says:

    YEs! Halloween and Thanksgiving are already planned and this is a perfect gift for my planning this upcoming week. Thanks so much.

  6. Hi Cathe-

    Love the holiday script pdfs, you can never be too prepared. Thank you, thank you. I will surely put them to good use.

  7. #8 - Nancy says:

    Thanks so much for creating this!! I really appreciate having it!!


  8. #9 - Celena says:

    Thanks So much!!!

  9. #10 - Sarah says:

    so cool! thank you:) Yes, I have made a few Christmas cards already and have bought 3 gifts. πŸ™‚

  10. #11 - My Owl Barn says:

    These are fantastic! Thank you πŸ™‚

  11. #12 - Sheryl says:

    These are great, I try and make one Christmas/Holiday card a week. As I mail them out on Dec 1st! thanks

  12. #13 - Carmi says:

    I love this script! Thank you so much!

  13. #14 - Terran says:

    Thank you! I’ll definitely be using these on my holiday cards this year!

  14. #16 - Amy says:

    I just found your site and am amazed that I have not seen it before! I am loving it! Looks like I will be spending some time in the archives! I am so excited to read future posts! Thanks for providing such great content!

  15. #17 - Claire says:

    Thanks – It’s nice to be prepared for the holidays

  16. #18 - Melanie F says:

    THANKS!!! πŸ™‚ These are AWESOME!

  17. #19 - Carrie says:

    These are great I can’t wait to use them thank you ever so much.

  18. #20 - Jacque Chinnery says:

    Thank you so much for all the wonderful free downloads! This one is very special…..and timely, of course. You are an angel!

  19. #21 - Cheree says:

    Thanks again! You’re fantastic! This will be so fun to make my Christmas cards with!

  20. #22 - Julie H says:

    Love, Love, Love!! Thank you!

  21. #23 - Kathy says:

    Thanks Cathe…
    Your a doll…
    Merry Christmas to you too!…
    xoxo~Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings…

  22. #24 - Doreen Rainville says:

    Thank you for these Christmas fonts. Love them.

  23. #25 - denise says:

    ok………complete noob here…………….what is this for??????????
    i know i like it and im pretty sure i need it, but i dont know what to do with it πŸ˜€

    please help??

    thanks πŸ™‚

    • #26 - Cathe Holden says:

      LOL, Denise,

      You’re so not a noob. I share images like this as many of my readers can use the lettering on their digital or craft projects. For example, if you have image editing software, such as Photoshop Elements, or free Picnik software downloaded from the internet, you can pull out a section of lettering you want and use it to create your Christmas cards, gift tags, digital and tactile collage pieces, etc.

      Hope that helps!


  24. #27 - Audrey Pettit says:

    How very beautiful! Thank you so much for the file! πŸ™‚

  25. #28 - Wendy says:

    Wow very cool, thank you for sharing!!

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  27. #29 - EFI says:

    thank you so much!!!!

  28. #30 - Pam says:

    I have the PDF file, but now what do I do with it?

  29. #31 - Deanna says:

    I would love to know which font is which so I can match the font on my card to the ones I reeeealy like. (ugh- I am such a font junkie!)

  30. #32 - Ann says:

    This will make a superb backing paper for monotone Christmas cards. Thank you for them.

  31. #33 - Sharon Carraway says:

    I just learned about this site on My Craft Channel. This is a wonderful site and I will be visiting often! Thank you for the freebie!

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  33. #34 - Julie says:

    Hi Cathy I’m not sure if you ever read these comments but I’m so excited about these scripts. I know it’s after Christmas and such but I was wondering if you could email some of the names of the fonts that were used. I have so many ideas swimming around and it’s 1 a.m.! Where have you been all my life girlfriend! Can’t wait to show hubby. Think I should wake him up or let him sleep–yeah, you’re probably right. Only a nut job over fonts gets this excited over a new discovery like this. My Silhouette is just waiting to start cutting for next Christmas, or maybe even a Valentine or two.

  34. #35 - Mary says:

    How do you use these?

  35. #36 - Stephanie says:

    Are you willing to give out the names of these fonts?

  36. #37 - Angelina says:

    love these fonts but how do I upload them using this pdf doc?? help, pls. thank you!

  37. #39 - ChrisA says:

    Thank you Cathe. I will be using these this weekend!!!

  38. #40 - Kreativmonster says:

    Thank you so much, this is awesome!
    Big Hugs

  39. #41 - Vicki Lowry says:

    What are the names of the fonts you used?

  40. #42 - Bev says:

    How can you use the merry Christmas text to print onto the card?
    I was trying to select a certain text but it would not allow me to do it?

  41. #43 - tina says:

    Thank you… Its so nice.

  42. #44 - Nona says:

    These scripts are lovely thank you. I am thinking of printing them onto parchment and also as they are so I can then trace over using hot foil… just hope it will look as good as I am imagining it will πŸ™‚

  43. #45 - Lg says:

    Some years back I downloaded the Holiday Christmas Scripts. I found these on my computer again today.

    Can you tell me how I can ungroup these words so I could use them individually? Is there a way to do this?

    Thank you,

  44. #46 - Lg says:

    Thank you I was able to separate them.

  45. #47 - tienie dearham says:

    Thank you so much. Much appreciated.

  46. #48 - michelle krizner says:

    I love this file. I particularly like the font for Holiday Greetings. I was wondering if you could let me know what it is?