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25 Free Fall Fonts

These 25 free fall fonts will warm their way right into your heart. From handwritten to classic cursive styles...they all have that cozy (and a little crisp) fall feeling. These free fall fonts are right up there with Pumpkin Spiced Lattes. Yep. They're that good.

Free Fall Fonts
It's definitely cozy season, friends! Let's get to crafting and printable-making with some fall fonts that pair perfectly with the autumnal awesomeness that's all around us right now. Check out these 25 free fall fonts below.

Free Fall Fonts

Besides the fabulous free fall fonts listed below, I have an entire gallery full of thousands of free fonts that I've curated over the past ten years. You can find that collection here. There are fonts for just about every season and event you can think of. I'm definitely a font-junkie!

But, today, we're specifically chatting about these 25 Free Fall Fonts that are ready to bring the cozy your way. From evoking feelings of cool, crisp autumn days to a bit of a spooky vibe, these free fall fonts have a little something for everything. These free fonts are perfect for you to use in creations in your own home...on signs, with vinyl, making printables, and so much more.

Licensing Note

When you're downloading the fonts of your choosing, be sure to make note of each font designers' Terms of Use to see which of these fonts are strictly for personal use or which have licensing features. Often, you can just email the font designer to obtain a commercial licence.

Font Pairing

Below all of the fall font downloads, I've included some extra tips and tricks for pairing fonts together. 

Installing Your Fall Fonts

  • I've been a Mac user since 1997...sadly, I actually know nothing of how a PC works. But, there is a super-thorough font installation guide for PC users here on Wikihow.
  • To install your favorite fall fonts on a Mac (since this is what I use, I can speak to that the best), follow my tutorial below:
Installing Fonts

Installing Fonts on Your Mac:

  • After downloading your font, open your download folder (or wherever you've downloaded your font to).
  • Open the folder of the font (there may not be one, it may just be the actual file, in which case, you won't have to open a folder).
  • Double click the .ttf or .otf file (I prefer .otf. or Open Type Format files if they're available, they can be resized and manipulated without compromising quality. But, they're not always available).
Installing Fonts on a Mac
  • Once you've double clicked the .ttf or .otf file, the dialog box should automatically pop up.
  • Click 'Install Font' and your installation should automatically begin (it takes about two seconds, total). 
  • Be sure to check your Font Book to make sure it's there. You can start using your new font immediately. Seeing its exact name in the font book is also helpful if it has an unusual spelling or perhaps an extra character or two at the beginning (often, font designers add their initials at the front of the font name, which can be slightly confusing when you're trying to find the font you're wanting to use).

25 Free Fall Fonts

Finally...what you've been waiting for, right? The free fall fonts are all listed out below.Click on the font name or the link below it to be taken to download your new fall font. Again, be sure to check each font designer's terms of use for commercial applications, if necessary.

Apple Cider Daydreams Font

California Harvest Font
California Harvest Font

Autumn Font

Fall Font Pairing Ideas

While all of the above fall fonts look perfectly fabulous on their own, some are even better together (I mean, aren't we all better together, y'all?). Below, I've included a few font pairing ideas for you to put into practice for your own creations. The best piece of advice I have? Have fun with your fonts! But, there are a few tips and tricks for smooth font pairing:
  • Pair a thicker font with a skinny font.
  • Pair a script font with a print font (combine this with the thicker/skinny idea and it's a really good thing).
  • I also enjoy using all caps with one font and pairing it with a script font in all lowercase, but that's just my own preference.
    • When I do the above pairing, I often do the script font on "top", allowing it to kind of sit on the all-caps font. The all-caps font acts as a nice "base". You can see how I did that in the first font combination illustrated below.
Font Pairing Tips
The above font pairings are the following free fall fonts:

Favorite Free Fall Fonts

More Free Fonts


  1. Thanks Kristi for the free fonts! Now how to bring these into Photoshop... time to learn finally!! Have a great weekend!
    ~ Jillian @ JST Design

    1. You are more than welcome, Jillian! Thank you bunches for stopping by! You have a great one as well!

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