We’re officially half way through 2018 (say what?!) and today Rebecca Dawn Design and I are marking the occasion with a Pantone 2018 Colour of the Year inspired set of Free Tech Wallpapers! You may remember the Ultra Violet Inspired Arrangement we created this past winter to explore Pantone’s selection for 2018, but we also wanted to do something summery, festive and fun. July 2018’s Digital Blooms actually feature a lovely selection of blooms and foliage we found in Rebecca’s garden! Despite the planning that goes into creating cohesive colour stories here at JustineCelina, allowing the seasons and our surroundings to inspire our FLOWER content is one of my favourite things — and it just goes to show you that beauty can be found (and created) almost anywhere. July’s DIGITAL BLOOMS go to show that foraged flowers are just as lovely as store bought blooms (remember that Foraged Prairie Wildflower Bouquet we created a couple of summers ago?!).
We’re celebrating Canada Day with a spirited selection summer’s candy coloured brights (more on this trend coming to my FASHION department soon!), juxtaposed with Pantone’s 2018 Ultra Violet. Acquaint yourself with Irises, Matsumoto Asters, Veronica, Freesia, Allium and Cornflower in July’s tech wallpaper offerings — heavily inspired by the Pantone Spring 2018 Fashion Colour Trend Report. Give your tech a jubilant update and click through to choose from 3 free floral tech wallpapers to enjoy on the background of your computer, tablet or phone all month long!
Well hey there, June! Summer is only a few weeks away and Rebecca Dawn Design and I are celebrating with the ultimate soft, dreamy, pastel, watercolour inspired edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS! I’m obviously partial to these shades as they mimic my personal brand here at JustineCelina — and I have to say this is one of my favourite sets of free floral downloads we’ve created over the years. As I’m sure you’ve noticed (just look at my content over the past couple of months!) pastels are everywhere this spring and summer, so this month we curated a dreamy selection of Willow Eucalyptus, blue Delphiniums, lavender Garden Roses, creamy Pom Pom Chrysanthemums, pink Alstroemeria, blush Hyacinths, magenta Tulips and coral Asiatic lilies to create a beautiful, watercolour inspired ombre effect. Embrace the softer side of summer flowers and bring a harmonious, uplifting vibe to your tech with our June 2018 Digital Blooms!
You probably guessed it, this pastel wonderland was inspired by the Pantone Spring 2018 Colour Trend Report! I’ve been particularly inspired by lavender and lilac hues lately (OMG, the lilacs are so gorgeous right now!) and have been incorporating them into my creative work, home, wardrobe and even my beauty routine lately (more on that coming soon!). Freshen up your tech for a brand new season by clicking through to download a floral tech wallpaper to the background of your computer, tablet or phone — absolutely free, no strings attached (seriously… I don’t even ask for your email address!).
Welcome back, flower friends! Spring has finally sprung here in Calgary (hallelujah!) — and Rebecca Dawn Design and I are celebrating with another fresh, seasonally inspired edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS! This month, we focused on flowers, herbs and branches that have a wild, hand picked feeling inspired by the new growth of spring — including Pussy Willows, Delphinium, Acacia, Yellow Button and White Matricaria, Pom Pom Chrysanthemums and Lavender arranged with a sense of whimsy. We hope you enjoy May’s cheerful, free spirited designs as much as we enjoyed creating them!
Embrace this season’s fresh combination of soft pastels and brights on your tech with 3 free digital downloads! This May, we’ve focused primarily on Meadowlark, Little Boy Blue, Blooming Dahlia and Coconut Milk from the Pantone Spring 2018 Colour Trend Report. I love pairing crisp whites up with blue and yellow at this time of year — with a touch of blush throw into the mix, it’s such a happy and vibrant palette! Why not extend your spring cleaning to your computer, tablet and phone this year and reward yourself with a beautiful floral wallpaper when you’re finished? Thank you for joining us for another month of DIGITAL BLOOMS — wishing you all a joyful, inspired and productive month!
Happy April 1st, friends! Today marks 2 years since Rebecca Dawn Design and I teamed up to create the first edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS for you — that means we’ve created 72 free tech wallpapers to date! Rebecca and I started working together around my 1st Blogiversary to bring FLOWER content to JustineCelina and make flower education accessible — and we haven’t looked back since. Our free tech wallpapers have since become some of my most popular content — and we’re thrilled you enjoy them just as much as we enjoy creating them for you!
This month, we’ve gone monochromatic — and it’s all about lavender, shades of purple and the 2018 Pantone Colour of the Year, Ultra Violet! If you’re not quite convinced you can pull off one of spring’s hottest colour trends in your wardrobe (although, I bet you totally can!), why not take it for a test drive on the background of your computer, tablet or phone this month? Dress your tech for spring with a lovely selections of Earl Grey and Lavender Garden Roses (learn more about Roses here), Delphiniums, Ranunculus, Anemones (learn more about them here), Lavender (which you’ll be learning all about later this spring), Fringe and Parrot Tulips (learn more about different tulip varieties here) and Feather Eucalyptus.
Spring is almost in the air… can you feel it?! Join Rebecca Dawn Design and I today in celebrating a new season with our March 2018 DIGITAL BLOOMS — inspired by Spring 2018’s vivacious selection of brights and pastels. Never before have I been so inspired by a colour palette (yep, the Pantone Spring 2018 Colour Trend Report is still giving me major heart eyes!) — I cannot wait to start wearing it and continuing to work with it across categories as the weather warms up (currently fantasizing about open toed shoes and dresses with bare legs!). Until then however, I’ll eagerly be awaiting spring’s arrival with a jubilant array of cheerful spring blooms and herbs — including these incredible, extremely rare lavender Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Lavender (which you’ll we learning more about this spring!), Alstroemeria, Matricaria, Asiatic Lilies, Ornithogalum, Double and Parrot Tulips (learn more about them here), Hyacinth, Pom Pom Chrysanthemums and Blue Delphinium. Sartorially, it’s all about the combination of brights with pastels as we transition into balmier weather — so why embrace the season’s colour trends on your digital devices as well?
Take spring cleaning to the next level this March and freshen up your tech to welcome a new brand new season! Infuse your digital devices with a fun splash of colour and enjoy the whimsy of our March floral selections on the background of your computer, tablet or phone all month long. As we transition into spring, Rebecca and I are particular inspired by Pantone’s Meadowlark, Little Boy Blue, Pink Lavender, Blooming Dahlia, Ultra Violet, Almost Mauve and Spring Crocus. We’ve also included designs on two candy coloured, pastel backgrounds this month to help chase those winter blues away (spring is only a few short weeks away, friends!). Click through to download a free tech wallpaper of your choice — and feel free to change your mind and change it up mid month, or choose a different design for each of your devices — absolutely no strings attached!
Hey, hey flower friends! After my last post, I’m very excited to get some more lighthearted content out today! Love month is upon us — and Rebecca Dawn Design are celebrating the best way we know how — by sharing 3 free, Valentine’s Day inspired floral tech wallpapers with you! Last February, we created a special Love Edition set of DIGITAL BLOOMS prominently featuring roses — and they’ve become our most downloaded set to date. Due to overwhelming popularity, we’re keeping the love inspired theme going this year — but we’re working with more than just roses! This February, we’re combined a beautiful array of Spray Roses (learn more about them here), Panda Anemones, Dahlias, Astilbe, Astrantia, Ruby Silk Grass, Thrytptomene and Blushing Bride blooms in a dreamy, pastel palette.
As you’ve probably read, I’ve embraced the Pantone Spring 2018 Colour Trend Report this year and am feeling so inspired by blush shades and spring pastels (there will definitely be a theme here at JustineCelina this month!). For February, we’re crushing on Pink Lavender, Blooming Dahlia, Almost Mauve, Spring Crocus and Coconut Milk punctuated by Sailor Blue. Summon spring and enjoy our second DIGITAL BLOOMS Love Edition on the background of your computer, tablet or phone all month long by clicking though to choose from 3 free tech wallpapers! We hope these cheerful flowers bring you a little extra joy this month — think of them as our Valentine’s gift to you. Please feel free to pass this post along to anyone in your life that could use a little extra love this February!
Flower lovers, welcome back for the first post of 2018! And what better way to usher in a new year than with a brand new digital wallpaper for your devices? This January, our DIGITAL BLOOMS are set to a fresh, inviting palette of crisp white, forest green, warm maple, cool grey and unconventional navy as a nod to Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2018, Ultra Violet — described as a dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade that conveys originality, ingenuity and visionary thinking that points us toward the future. I love the concept behind Pantone’s choice for 2018! Rebecca Dawn Design and I will be working with this forward thinking hue all winter here at JustineCelina — we can’t wait to share more Ultra Violet inspiration with you!
Our January free tech wallpapers include a unique medley of winter’s most beautiful blooms and greenery — including Magnolia Leaves, Agonis, White Hydrangeas, Bronze Cymbidium and Panda Anemones (aren’t they absolutely stunning?!). Refresh your tech for 2018 by downloading January’s Digital Blooms and enjoy the fleeting beauty of these charming winter flowers on the background of your computer, tablet or phone all month long!