PowerPoint Christmas Cards

Why not share that festive feeling with one of our free PPT Christmas Cards. Download, edit and share your favourite from our seasonal selection!

  • Naughty Snowman Christmas Card

    Created by Ellen ‘Wrapping Paper’ Creaser

    Like many people I love doodling and sketching, so this card’s design was inspired by such activity. My little scribblings turned into a sort of story that I copied into and played out in PowerPoint. The card is my take on what happens when snowmen come to life (as they obviously do), with some classic old movie references. I like to think of it as a tongue-in-cheek mini version of Dianne Jackson’s The Snowman, complete with epic soundtrack and few unexpected plot lines!

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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  • Little Birdy Christmas Card

    Created by Ingrid ‘Merry’ Mengdehl

    For my Christmas card, I wanted to re-create the feeling of excitement when you open a pop-up card and find different elements you can animate. I'd found a bundle of snowflake designs, and the idea to create a DIY snow machine came shortly afterwards. I created all the elements in PowerPoint, so it's easy to change the colours if you want!

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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  • Meowy Christmas Card

    Created by John ‘Bauble’ Bevan

    This retro, chocolate-box style card was created to make you feel as warm and fuzzy as the adorable kittens that star in it. Also featuring flurries of snow, gently flickering candlelight and music to warm your cockles, with a customisable label for your own message.

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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  • Fairy Christmas Tree Christmas Card

    Created by Richard ‘We Three Kings’ Goring

    After last year’s Penguin Skaters card with 1000+ animations, I felt like I had to go for more, so this monster has 3109 individual animation events on it. I wanted something with a bit more realism than last year, so I’ve used a photo in the background, but everything else has been created and animated entirely in PowerPoint. I hope that you like it!

    There's two versions in the download. One version with all the animations, and one which is a little simpler for older machines.

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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  • Lonely Tree Christmas Card

    Created by Kieran ‘Christmas Cracker’ Chadha

    I used a parallax effect and blurring to tell my story of the lonely Christmas tree. Each element of the background moves at a different speed and in a slightly different direction to create the illusion of relative movement. It then blurs to draw attention to the foreground, where fireflies and strategic gusts of wind help the tree fulfil its festive destiny.

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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  • BrightCarbon Team Christmas Card

    Created by Vincent ‘Deck The Halls’ Thompson

    My Christmas card was inspired by the team at BrightCarbon. I was trying to think of a way to bring a bit of Christmas to some recently taken pics of us, both as a team and individuals.

    I thought the card would allow for other businesses to just replace with their own pics, then easily move around the objects to fit. Enjoy turning your CEO into an elf this Christmas!

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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  • Santa's Sleigh Christmas Card

    Created by Chris 'Kringle' Korek

    I made this card because the thought of Santa putting on goggles before taking off amused me. I used the block colour and cartoon like style for its simplicity and because you can create all of the parts in PowerPoint which gives you a lot of control over the objects and that is really helpful when it comes to animating them together.

    Get your hands on the editable PowerPoint from the zip file here:

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Latest comments

Robbie on 3rd December 2013 at 9:50 am said

The download link for Christmas cards appears to be broken

Karl Parry on 3rd December 2013 at 10:34 am said

Hi Robbie, I’ve just checked the links and can’t see the problem. Which card did you try to download?

Karl Parry on 3rd December 2013 at 10:43 am said

If you are using Internet Explorer 7, you may have issues downloading the files – it doesn’t like PowerPoint files. Try a different browser or email info@brightcarbon.com letting us know which card you are after and we’ll send it through.

Hope this helps!

Rich on 3rd December 2013 at 11:54 am said

These are amazing. I’ve downloaded a couple and will enjoy adapting them to my needs. Thanks for sharing. I never thought that this kind of quality animation was remotely possible in PPT. You’ve opened my eyes to a new way of thinking about bringing my presentations to life.

Karl Parry on 3rd December 2013 at 4:04 pm said

Thanks for the kind words Rich! Really pleased you like our cards.

Robin on 4th December 2013 at 12:03 am said

Karl, thank you for these great ideas. Can we place them on Facebook?

Karl Parry on 4th December 2013 at 10:37 am said

Of course Robin. Feel free to share the cards!

Heather Hossfeld on 5th December 2013 at 4:49 pm said

What program do you use for your initial “scribblings”? And in general for creating the fantastic graphics used in the Bright Carbon webinars?

Vincent on 6th December 2013 at 2:49 pm said

Hi Heather – All of the scribblings (and animations) are used in PowerPoint.
They’re created in Adobe software and a Wacom tablet to draw the scribblings, this allows us to keep them in a vector format and therefore still editable in PowerPoint. There is a pen function available in PowerPoint that can also give you some great results.

Roxanne Craig on 17th December 2013 at 11:20 pm said

I downloaded a Christmas card but the sound clip doesn’t work. Help?

Karl Parry on 19th December 2013 at 9:07 am said

Hi Roxanne, sorry to hear that. I’ve checked but can’t replicate the problem. Can you email info@brightcarbon.com letting me know which card you had trouble with and we’ll get it sorted for you.

Mariangela Medina on 19th December 2013 at 6:48 pm said

Hi Karl, I was in the presentation earlier and tried to download one of the Christmas Cards with no luck. When clicking on the “Download” bottom, it takes me to here, the comment page. By the Way, the presentation was fenomenal. Loved it.

Karl Parry on 7th January 2014 at 12:59 pm said

Thanks for the feedback Mariangela – glad you found the session useful! Send an email to info@brightcarbon.com letting me know which card you were having trouble with and I’ll see if I can help.

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