Saturday, January 5, 2013

New Year and Already Learned A New How To : Make Your Own iPhone Wallpaper

The thanks for this goes to Bethany over at Pitter and Glink who linked up her amazing tutorial at this week's BFF Open House ( still open here). Bethany has a step by step tutorial on how to make your own wallpaper for the iPhone. Her detailed and easy to follow  instructions are sized for the 4/4S. The dimensions for the iPhone 5 are 640x1136 pixels. And yes, Bethany's tutorial tells you how to get the image ON your phone :)

I happened to get a new phone for Christmas and just set it up a day or so ago so the timing of this was perfect!

Bethany used PicMonkey for her tutorial so that's the first thing I tried when making my own and made these. I used some free digital backgrounds I'd downloaded and then options within PicMonkey. SO easy!!!



I had so much fun with them, that I decided to play around in My Memories Suite and made this one:



I think I may have a new addiction. Thanks Bethany for sharing this!! 

The Eiffel Tower image is a free png file I found at Free Vintage Digital Stamps


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5 comments:

Pitter and Glink said...

Wow, Carol! Yours look amazing! Great job, and thanks so much for linking back to me. :)

lindalou said...

I'm going to have to pin this link. I don't have an iPhone yet (thanks to AT&T being completely unsupportive), but once I do get it...I want to make my own wallpaper.

Your's turned out great. Can't decide which one I like the best.

Sandy said...

Thanks for sharing this. I'm going
to play with mine today.
Happy Day
Sandy

Sandy said...

Thanks for sharing this. I'm going
to play with mine today.
Happy Day
Sandy

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