It’s that time of the year again when we gather with our loved ones and celebrate the holidays. During this season, we get so caught up in worrying about Christmas presents that we often forget that one of the most delightful ways to express our love and appreciation for others: A handwrite heartfelt cards and notes which is a simple yet amazing way to bring warmth and joy and make the people you love happy. Handwritten cards remind us of the simple things in life, like taking the time to write a note by hand. So this season, let’s embrace the magic of handwriting and spread some love and cheer through our words and beautiful, handwritten notes.

Merry

  1. M: Draw a small curve at the top, a downward stroke that goes up to make a curve at the top. Repeat this once more

  2. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

  3. r: A downward stroke; then, make a curve towards the top line to connect

  4. y: Draw an upward curve; next, make a downward stroke with a small loop at the end of the horizontal stroke

Happy

  1. H: A downward stroke; then, a vertical stroke that starts at the middle and ends with a loop at the top of the line. From there, make a horizontal stroke with a curve to connect

  2. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

  3. p: A downward stroke that curves to the right, followed by a loop. Draw a curved line to meet the stroke

  4. y: Draw an upward curve; next, make a downward stroke with a small loop at the end of the horizontal stroke

Christmas

  1. C: Draw a circle-shaped curve from the middle that touches the top and bottom line

  2. h: A stretched loop from the middle, followed by a stroke. Finish with a downward curve and continue to connect

  3. r: A downward stroke; then, make a curve towards the top line to connect

  4. i: A downward stroke and then make a small curve at the end to connect

  5. s: make a small curve to the bottom and to the left, then draw a line that slopes up to the right to connect

  6. t: A small loop at the top and then a downward stroke with a tail to the right

  7. m: A downward stroke that goes up to make a curve at the top. Repeat this once more and continue to connect

  8. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

Winter

  1. W: An upward curve starting and ending at the top line, repeat once more, and make a small loop at the top to connect

  2. i: A downward stroke and then make a small curve at the end to connect

  3. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  4. t: A small loop at the top and then a downward stroke with a tail to the right

  5. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

  6. r: A downward stroke; then, make a curve towards the top line to connect

Snowflake

  1. S: A small loop at the top of the line, followed by another loop that extends down and to the right

  2. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  3. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line, then extending it to the middle to connect

  4. w: An upward curve starting and ending in the middle, repeat once more, and make a small loop at the top to connect

  5. f: A stretched loop at the top of the line and draw a down stroke. From the bottom of the stroke, make a small upwards curve to connect

  6. l: A stretched loop at the top of the line and then extending it down in a straight stroke

  7. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

  8. k: A stretched loop at the top of the line, extend it down and followed by a downward curve with a tail to connect

  9. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

Santa Claus

  1. S: A small loop at the top of the line, followed by another loop that extends down and to the right

  2. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

  3. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  4. t: A small loop at the top and then a downward stroke with a tail to the right

  5. C: Draw a circle-shaped curve from the middle that touches the top and bottom line

  6. l: a stretched loop at the top of the line and then extending it down in a straight stroke

  7. u: From the middle, draw an upward curve, next, continue the tail to connect it to “s”

Wishes

  1. W: An upward curve starting and ending at the top line, repeat once more, and make a small loop at the top to connect

  2. i: A downward stroke, and then make a small curve at the end to connect

  3. s: make a small curve to the bottom and to the left, then draw a line that slopes up to the right to connect

  4. h: A stretched loop from the middle, followed by a stroke. Finish with a downward curve and continue to connect

  5. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

Snowman

  1. S: A small loop at the top of the line, followed by another loop that extends down and to the right

  2. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  3. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line, then extending it to the middle to connect

  4. w: An upward curve starting and ending in the middle, repeat once more, and make a small loop at the top to connect

  5. m: a downward stroke that goes up to make a curve at the top. Repeat this once more and continue to connect

  6. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

Reindeer

  1. R: A downward stroke that continues upward to the top line. Then draw a curved stroke to create a stretched half loop. Finally, make a curved stroke down and then slightly up

  2. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

  3. i: A downward stroke and then make a small curve at the end to connect

  4. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  5. d: Draw a half loop from the middle, then a slanted stroke upward, finally make a small downward curve and stroke down

  6. r: A downward stroke; then, make a curve towards the top line to connect

Jingle

  1. J: From the middle, make a slightly curvy stroke to the right toward the top line, then draw a downward stroke and end it with a small loop that connects to the middle of it

  2. i: A downward stroke and then make a small curve at the end to connect

  3. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  4. g: Make a small loop at the bottom of the line, From the top of the curve, make a small curve downwards towards the right and then back up to the top

  5. l: A stretched loop at the top of the line and then extending it down in a straight stroke

  6. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

Ornaments

  1. O: Draw a circle from the top line to form an “O”

  2. r: A downward stroke; then, make a curve towards the top line to connect

  3. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve towards the top line and back down with a curve at the end

  4. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

  5. m: A downward stroke that goes up to make a curve at the top. Repeat this once more and continue to connect

  6. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

  7. t: A small loop at the top and then a downward stroke with a tail to the right

  8. s: make a small curve to the bottom and to the left, then draw a line that slopes up to the right to connect

 

Holiday

  1. H: A downward stroke that starts at the top line. Then, a vertical stroke that starts at the middle line and ends with a loop that goes back up to the top line. From there, make a horizontal stroke with a curve at the end

  2. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line, then extending it to the middle to connect

  3. l: A stretched loop at the top of the line and then extending it down in a straight stroke

  4. i: A downward stroke and then make a small curve at the end to connect

  5. d: Draw a half loop from the middle, then a slanted stroke upward, finally make a small downward curve and stroke down

  6. a: Draw a loop close to the bottom line; next, draw another curved stroke to the right to connect

  7. y: Draw an upward curve; next, make a downward stroke with a small loop at the end of the horizontal stroke

 

We hope you enjoyed this post and now know how to write these Christmas words in cursive. Having trouble with the lines or loops? You can practice as much as you want on Writey and watch the videos of our cursive writing lessons videos in this post. Merry Christmas, everyone!