Colourful PPT Templates

Purple Circles PPT Template

Pink Circles PPT Template

Blue Circles PPT Template

Black Circles PPT Template

Green Circles PPT Template

Red Circles PPT Template

If you like opaque circles on beautiful and colourful gradient backgrounds – boy are you in the right place! We have six of them. How do I love these ppt templates? Let me count the ways. Six:

  1. purple
  2. pink
  3. blue
  4. black (is black a colour?  Might be a topic for a future class!)
  5. green
  6. red

If you like the look of one, and would like to use it in one of your future presentations, feel free to download it. Just click on the image and it will open in PowerPoint. You can then ctrl+s to save it to your computer, where you can then amend it. JobsAGoodUn.

Or right click on an image and select Save As, and then choose a location on your hard drive to save the background to.

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Backgrounds

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 1

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 2

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 3

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 4

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 5

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 6

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 7

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 8

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 9

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 10

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 11

Free Lightbulb PowerPoint Background 12

Get this: we spend hours of blood sweat and tears creating 3D lightbulb backgrounds, and then some bright sparks start asking for 2 dimensional lightbulb backgrounds! Some folk are never satisfied. Anyway, ask and ye shall receive, and here are some more free lightbulb PowerPoint backgrounds.

There are a variety of luscious colours with gradients on these backgrounds. Some are quite dark though, and will require that you use some light coloured text. We knew you knew that, we just like patronising you.

As usual, each of the thumbnail images above represents a different background and clicking on one will open it up – already inserted into PowerPoint – as a template. From there, you can do what you will; amend it how you see fit and use it (or them) in your upcoming presentations.