{Freebie} iPhone Wallpapers 2

June 26, 2012 | Freebies

Hi lovelies! I’m back with a new set of iPhone wallpapers! Did you catch the first set I designed a few weeks ago? If not, you can download them here.

I’m having fun creating these pretties, so I really hope you’re enjoying them too! This set of 3 is in a similar colour range as the last set (nice and bright and cool) but with a few new patterns.

To install them on your phone:

1. Click and hold your finger over the image you want to use.
2. Click Save Image.
3. Now navigate to your Camera Roll, find the image and select ‘Use as Wallpaper’. Choose whether you want to set the home screen, lock screen, or both.. and you’re done!

* these wallpapers are for personal use only*

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12 Comments

  1. Jenelle S.

    Thanks! I set the chevrons on my iPad!!

  2. Love these!! Thanks a ton!

  3. I love these! I’m using them as my chat backgrounds :) thank you!

  4. These are lovely – thank you! I downloaded the chevron for my phone :) I’m so happy to have found your blog and I’m your newest follower! Have a great day.

  5. Cool!
    Thanks for sharing :)

  6. I am OBSESSED with your beautiful wallpaper! I hope you continue to make them. I used the polkadots for a post I just wrote:
    http://www.spearmintdecor.com/2012/06/4-pretty-things-10/

    xoxox, shari

  7. Lovely patterns! I just used the last one for my Samsung Galaxy and it worked perfectly also on this device, so I think these can be used also in other smart phones besides iphone! :)
    Thank you for making my phone screen pretty!:)

  8. libbywilko

    Love both sets, Thank you ! Found your blog via Design Editor showing this post as her link loves.

  9. Thank you!
    just perfect

  10. Natasha

    Hi Claire, I find your blog enchanting! If you ever read this comment..
    ..would you mind answering how you created such beautiful papper texture? Did you photograph paper, or use photoshop?

    • ffadmin

      Hi Natasha! I started by taking a photo of some textured paper (or scanning it, can’t remember) then putting it in Photoshop with my pattern over the top (drawn in Illustrator) and playing around with the layering/opacity settings. Hope that helps! :)

  11. brandyn

    Love the patterns, thanks!

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