The GIF (or Graphics Interchange Format) is an image file made of several related pictures (the branch image below is made of 23 pictures) layered in an endless loop. However you pronounce it (like the peanut butter or with a hard ‘g” – the debate still rages!) they can be a magical addition to an email, be it hearts, fireworks or winter scenes.
You can copy any of the GIFs below into your own emails or just enjoy the show.
To copy a GIF, just right-click with your mouse over the image and select “save image.” Then open a new email form, write your message, and add your image as an attachment.