Free Downloadable iPhone and iPad wallpaper.
Spring iPhone and iPad Wallpaper – Spring is all around us and so is the beauty of this season. This is the time of year to shed your winter coats, scarves and boots and get outside. Take your kids, dog, camera, sketch pad, picnic basket and start exploring the world. As a gentle reminder to get out and take in all of nature waking up from a long slumber, I’ve created these iPhone and iPad wallpapers. I love this great quote from Marilyn Monroe “Keep smiling because life is a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.” Use these designs with your lock screen or as your regular background. Have fun, get out and enjoy your life – it’s a beautiful thing!
Download the iPhone wallpaper here (when the image comes onto the screen, right-click on it and then go to “save images as”).
Download the iPad wallpaper here (when the image comes onto the screen, right-click on it and then go to “save images as”).
Free iPhone case template. Just print, cut out and add to your iPhone case.
Way back in March I created a template for a clear iPhone cover – see post here. I loved how it turned out and I’ve been using these designs this entire time but as you know from my other posts, I get bored pretty easily so I decided to change it up with a new template this time.
This summer I’ve been playing around a bit with watercolor. It’s still a lot more challenging than I thought it would be but I’m really enjoying this new medium. At this point I’m just testing color saturation and flow but I thought these fun little samples would make cute designs for my newest iPhone case template. All you need is a see through cover to use these templates.
Just print and then cut out. I used an xacto knife with a swivel blade for the little hole where the camera is and it worked really well. Please note this design is for the iPhone 5 although with some minor trimming you could also use for the iPhone 4.
Download template here.
Free iPhone Wallpaper and Backgrounds
Blue Theme – iPhone Wallpaper and Background – Is your iPhone like another appendage of your body? Mine definitely is for better or for worse. I wouldn’t even want to take a guess at how many times I use my phone each day… I’m sure it would be a bit scary. That being said, it means that I’m staring at the same wallpaper background dozens (sure, we’ll go with dozens) of times a day. It’s time for a change. Truth be told, I think I still have the original background I had on my old iPhone 3G – yikes! So I created a fun little package of iPhone backgrounds that you can switch up on the fly. Just download, save to your phone and then just swap out whenever you’re feeling bored.
Click here to download. Once you download the folder, unzip, transfer to your iPhone and add as your new wallpaper or background.
Download all 6 of these FREE iPhone wallpaper backgrounds
Click for your free printable iPhone 5 template download
After 3 long years, my cellular contract is up and I’m finally, finally able to upgrade from my iPhone 3G. Yes, I said 3G. Considering the fact that I’m a bit of tech toy junkie I consider this wait to upgrade a momentous triumph – also considering I’m about the least patient person I know.
Finally this past weekend I got my new phone and I couldn’t be happier with it. I was able to pick out a free cover to go with the phone (although the choices were pretty slim) so I picked a very simple see through cover, purple in honour of my daughter’s favourite colour. After I got home, I thought that it was actually a pretty boring cover and I had to do something to spruce it up. I had the idea to add some nicely designed paper to the back cover. This wasn’t a novel idea but I measured everything and laid it out properly using illustrator and had it fine tuned to one sixteenth of an inch. A few posts back I added a free Project Life journaling card template so I thought I’d just use the same design elements to create the printable iPhone templates to go under my phone case.
They turned out so well… I just love them. I’ve decided that they’re too nice to keep for myself so I want to share them with you HERE. Just print and then cut out. I used an xacto knife with a swivel blade for the little hole where the camera is and it worked really well.
Enjoy and let me know what you think.