A holiday wallpaper for your phone

Cathy ZielskeFree Downloads51 Comments

Download this free smart phone wallpaper for the holidays.

Download this free smart phone wallpaper for the holidays.
Welcome to December, friends!

This month I hope to do several things and chief among them? More blogging.

I’m kicking off the month with a free phone wallpaper file but you should know it simply emerged out of necessity. You see, my phone is my clock at night, as I’m sure many of you can relate, but I cannot see anything without my glasses. I wanted a holiday scene for my phone but the key details (the time on my iPhone) was getting lost in all the holiday merriment of this bokeh image you see pictured above. My solution? Add a holiday gradient just so I can see the dang time.

And so, you may now share in the hand-held digital merriment.

Simply download by clicking on the image above, unzip the images, and transfer to your phone and install as your wallpaper.

Here’s to a season of giving. I need to do more of this every day.

Cathy ZielskeA holiday wallpaper for your phone

51 Comments on “A holiday wallpaper for your phone”

  1. #4

    Awesome! (Love the comment under the image btw. If you ever do make it as big as Oprah, remember us little folks, okay? :D)

  2. #6

    Thank you thank you! And oh why didn’t I think of using a gradient to clock clarity! It takes a village, Cathy, and thank you for being a part of my village. πŸ™‚

  3. #18

    Thank you Cathy!! My house is no where near ready for Christmas, but at least now my phone is decorated! So pretty!

  4. #19
    Meg Bertapelle

    thanks Cathy!
    been having a hard time getting into the spirit, hopefully this helps! πŸ™‚

  5. #20

    Maybe I’m getting too old… I’m so not tech savvy. But I do want this beautiful Christmas spirit on my iPhone…I just can’t figure out how to unzip it??? When I click on the image and the zip page comes up there’s nothing for me to click on… what am I missing??Only option is to send it to my printer.

    1. #20.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Janna, I know if you’re on a mac, you just unzip it by double clicking on it. Then you can text it to yourself. Are you trying to do this on your phone?

      I always zip my files for my website for security and ease of download. I’m going to email them to you directly, unzipped.

  6. #21

    Hi Cathy,
    I’m in the same boat as Janna. ? If you have a moment, would you be able to email me the unzipped files? Thank you! Just can’t figure it out.

  7. #23

    Sweet Cathy, Thanks! I was just thinking earlier today that I needed to update my phone screen for the holiday season. You’re the best!

  8. #24
    Helen High

    So, just today I was thinking I would really like to have a holiday wallpaper for my phone and just like that, CZ to the rescue!

    I just downloaded both and am working with the red one right now. . .

    As always you rock and thanks for thinking of us. I just started using my phone as a side table clock as well, so now I can definitely see the time at night!

  9. #29

    You lost me at “transfer to your phone.” Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong century.

    But oh how pretty!!

  10. #31

    Thanks for sharing this awesome phone wallpaper! Hope to see more wallpaper designs from you in the future!

  11. #35
    Mary Hunt

    What?! No iphone too? ha … thanks Cathy and Happy Holidays to you and your lovely family. xxxx

  12. #39

    Thank you Cathy! Just what I needed. I’m sure my eyesight is perfect but juuuuuust in case, I thought I’d download it….. πŸ˜‰

  13. #40
    Kim Jackson

    thanks for this!! I now have it on my Samsung! it even inspired me to remove a BUNCH of icons from a finger tip slide to the app menu so that it would be prettier πŸ™‚

  14. #42

    Thanks Cathy. Another little piece of Joy for the holiday season. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  15. #43

    Thank you so much, Cathy. These holiday wallpapers are just so beautiful! I love bokeh photos. You really captured the essence of the season. Really wonderful.

  16. #44

    Thank you!

    I’m not very tech savvy but, through trial and error, I was able to e-mail it to myself & open the e-mail on my phone to save it as my wall paper. Thanks for teaching me something new today. Merry Christmas!!!

  17. #46

    “Simply download by clicking on the image above, unzip the images, and transfer to your phone and install as your wallpaper.” “Simply” shouldn’t be in that sentence. I don’t know how to do any of that!


    1. #46.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Hey karen! I just sent you the file via email, not zipped. Just a JPEG file. If you open the email on your phone you can save the image to your phone. πŸ™‚

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