Right smack in the middle of this month is that holiday that people either love or hate: Valentine's Day. I wanted to design something that gave a nod to that but without going all hearts and cupids on y'all. So what did I come up with? Flowers. One might give or receive flowers on Valentine's day, but they certainly aren't tied exclusively to that day. Everyone loves flowers, right? I bought myself some lovely smelling hyacinths from Trader Joe's last week and man, the scent and the pop of purple they bring to our living room? Love it.
Anyway, enough of my rambling. I dug this floral pattern so much this month that I decided to use it for not only an iPhone calendar wallpaper like usual...
...but also for a desktop calendar...
...and a plain ole patterned iPhone wallpaper that you can keep around for longer than just the month of February. In fact, I already have the navy one below on my phone. Couldn't wait!
It comes in two colorways (obviously) - so take your pick!
It's free download, as always. Links to each, along with directions on how to install them as iPhone lock screen wallpapers, are below. Hope y'all enjoy these! Let me know which one is your favorite :).
\\ BLANK IPHONE WALLPAPER \\
\\ FEBRUARY IPHONE CALENDAR WALLPAPER \\
\\ FEBRUARY DESKTOP CALENDAR \\
How to set a wallpaper as your lock screen on an iPhone:
- Click the link below to the download you'd like to use (from your phone). This will take you to the image in Dropbox, where I've set them up for you to download.
- In the bottom left corner there is an icon that looks like a box with an upward-facing arrow coming out of it. Click that and choose "save image." It will download to your photos.
- Go to your home screen and open your photos.
- Select the calendar image.
- Again click the button in the bottom left corner that looks like a box with an upward-facing arrow. Select the option that says "use as wallpaper."
- Click set, then choose "lock screen."