You can add a wintery dingbat to any classic font you already have—almost any formal script font will work well. If you apply the colors of the season, you’ll impart just enough holiday cheer! Here, the Zapfino font provided by Mac OS X is joined by a dingbat from the free Faux Snow BRK font.
The slightly chunkier Apple Chancery works well with a dingbat or two from the old-fashioned, free Floralia font. You can repeat a dingbat to make a nice border or motif.
The free Kingthings-Versalis font comes in a solid style and an outline style. Here, it’s combined with a few more “snowflakes” from the free Faux Snow BRK font.
Gothic Ultra, Kells SD, and Leander
If you want to pick up a new font or two, look for one that seems Irish or English—Americans will associate it with the winter holidays. Color it red or green and toss in a dingbat or two. Here, the free fonts Gothic Ultra, Kells SD, and Leander are stacked atop a series of dingbats from the free IM Fell Flowers 1.
The free Dancing Script is brightened up with some color and another dingbat from the free Faux Snow BRK font.
Tangerine and Tangerine Bold
The free Tangerine and Tangerine Bold fonts are joined by another dingbat from the free Faux Snow BRK font.