If you want to add some festive touches to your website this holiday season, then you have to check out our favourite free Christmas and holiday social media icons. We’ve found free Christmas social media icons that look like wreathes, baubles, stockings, ice, gifts, and more for social networks like Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Behance, and Flickr.
This free set of red, green, and white Christmas social media icons features versions for Behance, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, Pinterest, Vimeo, and more.
These free Christmas social media icons look like baubles, and the set comes with icons for WordPress, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more.
This set of free Christmas social media icons offers a festive wreath design in 4 different styles, and it comes with icons for Instagram, Etsy, Pinterest, Feedburner, Facebook, and lots of other sites and services.
This free set of 9 red and white social media Christmas stockings has options for Newsvine, Digg, Reddit, Stumbleupon, and more.
These red and green Christmas social media icons look like Santa sacks, and the set features icons for Pinterest, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and RSS feeds.
These free Christmas social media icons look like gift boxes filled with shiny baubles, and the set includes icons for Digg, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
This set of free Christmas social media icons offers icons for LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, YouTube, Flickr, Last.fm, and more.
These free social media icons feature an ice inspired design, and the set comes with icons for Designbump, Digg, Reddit, Flickr, Feedburner, Delicious, and more.
This set of free social media Christmas icons has 12 icons for Behance, Flicker, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook, Google+, and more.
This free and festive set of Christmas social media icons features icons for RSS feeds, Myspace, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
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