1. Libby

    12/6/2012 2:50 pm

    Loving these holiday templates! Thank you!!

  2. lawrence simms

    12/6/2012 4:05 pm

    I love these Christmas templates great Idea. Thanks

  3. Maria

    12/6/2012 5:12 pm

    Fabulous!! Can we have animated templates year-round please?? ;-))
    An Aweber new year’s wish!

  4. Samantha

    12/7/2012 4:07 am

    I think now a days even small business are motivation themselves to use these kind of templates rather then writing on those old hand written templates !

  5. Randall Magwood

    12/7/2012 5:22 am

    The Rudolph template is my favorite. Reminds me of elementary school where people used to call me “Rudolph Magwood” lol.

  6. John

    12/7/2012 7:33 pm

    Hey guys, I downloaded the present.zip file and extracted it but couldn’t get at the templates. Did you all have much success?


  7. Scott Rheinhart

    12/9/2012 8:21 am

    Is the Rudolph and snow spin one of the five FREE templates you offer in the headline?

  8. James

    12/9/2012 1:29 pm

    re:Look for them in your AWeber account…

    I’ve looked all over my account, any hints about where to find the templates.

  9. Rebekah Henson

    12/10/2012 8:02 am

    Scott – Rudolph and Snowspin are both available in AWeber’s message editor for our customers. Present is available for everyone to download – just click on the “Download” button at the end of the post.

    James – You can find the new holiday templates in the drag-and-drop message editor for both follow ups and broadcasts.

  10. Rebekah Henson

    12/10/2012 9:40 am

    John – When you unzip the folder, you should see an HTML file and a folder of images for the template. Upload the images to your site, copy and paste the HTML into whatever message editor you’re using, and insert the the links for the images you uploaded in the appropriate places in the template’s HTML code.

  11. James

    12/10/2012 2:49 pm

    I checked in both follow-up and broadcasts message areas. Only thing that looked related to templates was, “Email Template Manager.” Only thing there is a button to create new template.

    Tried, “Help” “https://www.aweber.com/blog/email-marketing/drag-and-drop-email-design-its-here.htm”

    The only thing there, is links to non-existent URL’s. I guess that I’m just looking in all the wrong places…


  12. Rebekah Henson

    12/10/2012 2:57 pm

    Hi James,
    I apologize if I wasn’t clear enough before. Click on the “New HTML Message” button in the broadcast or followup section. That will open the drag-and-drop message editor. The templates are located in the actual message editor itself.

    Here’s a Knowledge Base article with step-by-step instructions that will show you exactly where to click in the message editor to see and load the templates: https://help.aweber.com/entries/21693452-how-do-i-use-the-email-templates.

    I hope that helps to clear things up!

  13. Kayla

    12/21/2012 1:32 pm

    Hey Rebekah,
    I’ve tried to open the HTML file in notepad, wordpad, word, and even internet explorer, but I just can’t get to the coding for present. Any suggestions?

  14. Deepak Kumar

    11/30/2020 2:42 pm

    Thank you for these amazing templates. I was just looking for one for my eCommerce client and your template just shortened my work by 4 hours.

  15. Kristin MacLaughlin

    12/1/2020 10:40 am

    Hi Deepak — I am so glad that you liked our templates. Our aim is to do 90% of the work for our customer so I am glad our templates saved you some time.

  16. Amelia Jacob

    12/8/2020 12:26 pm

    Hey Kristin,

    I’m in love with these holiday templates. They made my work a lot easier.

    Thank you.