12 Stunning Christmas Icon Sets

It’s that time of the year again, when we start counting days and fall for three good weeks of Christmas bonanza. For those looking to spice up their sites, apps, presentations, Christmas notes or postcards, we prepared this quick visual preview of some of the most spectacular Christmas icon sets we have on Iconfinder.

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Colourful Christmas by BAKAR015
Christmas Line vol.1 by FRDMN
Christmas Decoration Colors by BomSymbols .
Christmas by Alleatha
Winter by Vignesh P
Christmas — Hand Drawn — Sticker by Good Stuff No Nonsense
Christmas Badges by Roundicons
Merry Christmas! — Blue line by Nadiinko
Christmas Set by nanmulti sanhawan
Christmas and New Year by justin roque
aami flat: Winter & Christmas by Laura Reen
Christmas Essential — Glyph by Vectto

Want to see more Christmas icons? Browse our Christmas category, which contains over 20,000 icons.

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Marketing and Partnership Manager @Iconfinder

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