Free Xmas Animated Gif Pictures to Put in Your Christmas Emails

Here are a few animated Xmas gifs I have collected from the internet. Please see more about downloading images from the internet as they must be free to take.

Providing they are free, these animated pictures are great to put in your Christmas emails to spread the happy seasons cheer. Please read the instructions below to use these animated Xmas gifs.

How to save these animated Xmas Gifs to your computer?

  1. Go to the image you like
  2. Right click your mouse on it and a menu will appear
  3. Choose to save picture as
  4. Now browse for where you want to save the animated Xmas gif.

How to attach these animated gif’s to a Christmas email or put them in the email?

  1. Go to the image you like
  2. Right click your mouse on it and a menu will appear
  3. Choose copy from the menu
  4. Now open your Outlook Express Email or Windows Mail
  5. Press on create mail
  6. Now simply paste it into the email

Also see How to attach, send, and save pictures in Outlook
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Here is another handy tutorial on how to resize an animated picture online.

Comments

  1. says

    Hi Mitz……thank you so much, this is exactly what I was looking for!!!
    Now……can you tell me how to put audio into a pdf file!!! I have been doing this for hours and nothing!!!!! :o)
    Merry Christmas!
    Saleire

  2. Jeri Waller says

    Love the gifs. I’ll try using these in my Christmas newsletter next week. One question. Would these work in aweber? I’m not sure if I could add images to my emails. I’ll have to check.

  3. Christo Benjamin says

    Thank you. I want to send email with Gifs. on the 1st of December to my family reminding the joyous season of the year.

  4. Brenda says

    Can you please tell me how to save an animation and the music and sounds that come with the animations I want to save them to my iPhone 3

    Thank you,
    Brenda

  5. Frances says

    Thanks so much for the cool animations. I eventually figured out how to paste them into my gmail and lotus notes accounts. Merry Christmas, Frances

  6. Theo Lawson says

    Hi Mitz, like the gifs. Can you tell me how I might get a background behind my emails for Windows mail of snow falling? Thanks, Theo.

    • says

      I am not sure where to actually find snow but here are some free stationary for Windows Mail. Xmas stationary for Windows Mail

      Here’s how to add stationary:
      * Go to Message tab > New Message Using > Select Stationery
      * Now a Select Stationery window will appear. In that on the right hand side select Create New.
      * A wizzard will appear.
      * Now follow the wizard by clicking next and add your pic or background images by following the instructions.
      * The wizzard will offer you for multiple like fonts, pics, background, color, page setup, etc.

  7. says

    Hi Veronica
    If you are using Outlook 2007, unfortunately the program does not show animated pictures. If you send it to someone using a different email program it might work for them…

    This is a backward step that I hope they fix.

    • Holt says

      I’ve found that I have to let the entire page load and wait for all the animations to be running Then save to a folder in my pictures. If they are not all running I to get a static picture.

  8. james king says

    I really love these christmas gifs reaaly good i will be putting a couple of the christmas gifs on my onine cards website.

    A big thank you

    James

    UK Greeting cards