Free PNG Printable Christmas Alphabets For Crafting and Card Making


Welcome to the festive world of crafting and card-making! ‘Tis the season to add a personal touch to your holiday projects with our Free Printable Christmas Alphabets and Number collection. Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or just starting on your crafting journey, these alphabet designs are the perfect way to infuse your creations with the spirit of the season.

Free Printable Christmas Alphabets For Crafting and Card Making

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In this article, we’re thrilled to share a jolly assortment of Christmas-themed fonts you can easily download and use for crafting endeavors. From whimsical snowflakes to twinkling ornaments, each alphabet is a canvas of holiday cheer waiting for your creative touch.

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1. Printable Angel Alphabet

Christmas Alphabets Photo Credit Sarah Christie.

Angels are a prominent part of the nativity scene, as they played a crucial role in announcing the birth of Jesus. In many nativity displays, angels are shown hovering over the stable, proclaiming the joyous news.

Our adorable Free Printable Angel Alphabet Letter and Number PNG and JPG files. These delightful designs are available in a choice of skin colors so all little angels can have a presonalized card, ideal for crafting personalized gifts and cards. Plus, it adds a special touch to gift tags and enhances your Christmas decorations.

2. Santa Printable Monogram Letters And Numbers

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The modern image of Santa Claus is a blend of various cultural and historical influences. The character is derived from the Dutch figure Sinterklaas, who in turn has roots in the Christian saint, Saint Nicholas.

You can’t have an alphabet roundup and not have a Santa Alphabet and Number set. These Santa letters are a great resource for Christmas Eve boxes, Christmas Day, and holiday decorations. They are also great for letters to and from Santa and sublimation.

3. Printable Elf Alphabet and Numbers

Elf Alphabet and Numbers

And Santa needs his Elves; this alphabet and number set is for all those Elf on the Shelf projects. Channel those festive vibes with candy canes, cheeky elf hats, and a little mistletoe. The idea of Santa’s elves has roots in various folk traditions and stories. Elves, in general, are mythical beings known for their magical and mischievous nature.

4. Penguin, Letters and Numbers

Christmas Alphabets Photo Credit Sarah Christie.

If you are looking for a snowy-themed project, then look no further than our Penguin letters and numbers. Penguins and snow just go together, and this is a great way to record those snow days in scrapbooking layouts. Penguins are primarily found in the Southern Hemisphere, with the majority inhabiting Antarctica, South Africa, Australia, and South America. However, some species also live near the equator on the Galapagos Islands.

5. Snowman Alphabet Letters and Numbers

Snowman Alphabet and Numbers

The tradition of building snowmen dates back to medieval times. The earliest recorded depiction of a snowman is in a Book of Hours from 1380. This adorable set allows crafters to create snowman-themed cards and crafts to celebrate the season.

6. Christmas Pudding Alphabet

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The Christmas pudding has its origins in medieval England. It was initially a savory dish made with meat, spices, and fruits. Over time, it evolved into the sweet, fruity dessert we know today. The Christmas pudding is a massive part of Christmas traditions; it evokes memories of Christmas Day and family moments. This alphabet is perfect for making table settings and Christmas cards.

7. Candy Cane Alphabet

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Candy canes are believed to have originated in Germany in the 17th century. They were originally straight and all-white, without the characteristic red stripes. The shape of the candy cane is often associated with a shepherd’s crook, symbolizing the shepherds who visited the newborn Jesus in the Christmas story. This solid candy cane alphabet is filled with candy canes and would be perfect printed off onto magnetic paper for festive learning.

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