On macs, you should be able to right click and "save as desktop background." xoxo PS Bonus!!! I was asked to make a version for smart phones! Let me know if there are any issues with using it :)

I decided to change up the wallpapers. Instead of the usual backgrounds, I chose a very fun Kate Spade wallpaper that I had saved to my computer a long time ago. It's super adorable, I think. Perfect for back-to-school and the upcoming season of fall. Desktop Wallpaper: Right click on...

to time, I decided to make this wallpaper with a great quotation by Robert Schuller: "What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?" (Also, how amazing are these wallpapers??? Jessica of Jessica Marie Designs made them specifically for College Prepster!!! I am obsessed! Jack...

just too perfect! Desktop Wallpaper | Right click on the image and open in new tab. Drag to the image to your desktop to save. Right click and choose "Set desktop picture." iPhone Wallpaper | Easiest way is to open this page on your cell phone. Click on the image to open to full screen....

Desktop Wallpaper: Right click on the image and open in a new tab or window. Save image to your computer or drag it to your desktop or specific folder On macs: Right click the file and click "Set Desktop Picture." iPhone Wallpaper: Open this page on your phone or email yourself...

I think I'm gonna save this image as my desktop wallpaper, I like the way I captured the moment when the ray of light appears (taking the credit for quick reflexes not for actually making this video, lol!). Speaking of videos, I'm in the process of editing one of my new Irregular Choice shoes...

On macs, you should be able to right click and "save as desktop background." Also, here's a version for your iPhones! xoxo

Even if you've used other operating systems for your whole life, you're bound to have encountered Microsoft's "Bliss" wallpaper. The iconic photo – depicting a serene grassy plain against a perfect blue sky– seems somehow beyond reality, perhaps attributing to its success and memorableness. In...

I bought a new iMac (more on that later!) and whipped up a simple desktop wallpaper. It seriously took all of 30 seconds. There are a few ways to do this. I use Adobe Photoshop, but you can use any kind of program to get the job done. (Adobe Elements is a cheaper alternative to the entire...

I plan on absolutely plastering this phrase everywhere! Desktop Wallpaper: Right click on the image and open in a new tab or window. Save image to your computer or drag it to your desktop or specific folder On macs: Right click the file and click "Set Desktop Picture." iPhone...

 

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