PowerPoint Christmas Cards 2015

Christmas Cards

It’s that time of year again. Share that festive feeling with friends and colleagues by sending them a PowerPoint Christmas card! Download, edit and share a card of your choice from our seasonal showcase!

Remember you can also check out our cards from previous years, available via the links below:

2012 Christmas Cards | 2013 Christmas Cards  | 2014 Christmas Cards 

  • Bakery Christmas Card

    Created by Sandy Rushton and Bethany Mellor

    A cosy warm kitchen full of treats is the best escape from a chilly winter evening. We thought that baking ginger bread people would be a fun concept for our card, evocative of family, friends and festivity.

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

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  • Robin Christmas Card

    Created by Hannah Brownlow and Shay O'Donnell

    We went for something traditionally Christmassy – a red robin! We wanted to combine painted illustrations with some cool tricks in PowerPoint to look like our little robin is created out of ink splats. There’s also some fun layering going on here so that the message is fully editable without behind the snow drift.

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

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  • Santa 2 - Clause & Effect

    Created by Tom White

    Right, so the thing is – I didn’t have time to put together a festive PowerPoint card this year but I felt I had to submit something so I rummaged around in the garage and found a box of old Christmas VHS tapes from the 80s. Among them I found this festive action classic which I’ve uploaded in lieu of actual effort… The 80s were awful, weren’t they?

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

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  • Santa Got Stuck

    Created by Mikila Green and Ingrid Mengdehl

    This Christmas card introduces the troubles and woes Santa encounters each year, when attempting to get down the chimney.

    But every Christmas story should have a happy ending…

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

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  • 8 Nights of Puns

    Created by Elizabeth Stodolski, Amy Singh and David Talavera

    The company rarely makes Hanukkah cards so we wanted to make one. Our card features an interactive menorah which invites users to “light” each candle, in exchange for a holiday-themed pun. We hope everyone enjoys it! Happy Holidays!

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

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  • Blue Screen of Christmas

    Created by Taavi Drell

    A festive take on the Blue Screen of Death. Suitable for your overworked friend or colleague. Even the computer knows it’s time to go home.

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

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  • Christmas 2125

    Created by Luke Buckley

    I’m a little fed up of all that traditional Christmassy stuff so here’s something a little different, my vision of what Christmas will be like in the future.

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

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  • Snowboarding Christmas Card

    Created by Angela Poole

    Growing up in New England, I spent most of the holiday season on the ski mountain. For this card, I wanted to mesh my love of skiing and snowboarding with a whimsical cartoon-style illustration for a fun and lighthearted message. Watch as Santa dominates the slopes and wins first place in this year’s holiday freestyle competition!

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

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Latest comments

Tanzir Rashid on 8th December 2015 at 8:10 am said

All fabulous! But the most Christmassy one that caught my eye was Santa stuck up the chimney.

Karl Parry on 8th December 2015 at 10:20 am said

SMALL ISSUE

We’ve noticed that Chrome on some touchscreens has problems, but other browsers are working fine.

You can view all of the cards on our Vimeo page as well:

http://vimeo.com/brightcarbon

Harry Hole on 8th December 2015 at 11:07 am said

Based on the recent sad events around the globe – I find the one where Santa is equipped with veapons just COMPLETELY WRONG!
Sad to see )-:

Joby Blume on 9th December 2015 at 11:59 am said

Harry

Sorry if you are offended. We’re going to leave the card up in order to provide choice to those looking, and to stop those using weapons in awful ways from changing the kind of jokes we feel we are allowed to tell. Freedom has to mean something, right? This is a joke about 80s action movies…

Karin Smith on 8th December 2015 at 1:07 pm said

These were all really great! The Hanukkah one had me in stitches!! Well done to all!

Karl Parry on 8th December 2015 at 5:46 pm said

Thanks for the feedback Karin! Really pleased you are finding the cards entertaining and useful!

Chuck Miller on 31st October 2016 at 2:12 pm said

I have a two-part wonderment. One, I wonder if you will soon be posting Holiday card(s) for 2016? Two, I wonder if your cards are available as original app files (PowerPoint or ?) (rather than movies) that we would be free to customize and use for our firm’s Ecard this season?

If the answers are no, might you know of a tasteful provider of holiday cards for a mainstream market? Mainstream in my case means Midwestern USA (rustbelt).

If you have anything to share, an email would be great. If not, I hope your holidays are as special as the work I see on your website.

Chuck M

Joby Blume on 31st October 2016 at 11:31 pm said

Chuck, we’ll be posting new PowerPoint cards towards the end of November. PowerPoint versions for 2015 (and 2014, 2013, and 2012) are all available to download and adapt from the relevant page.

I hope that you find one you like.

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