Last month I surveyed my subscribers to find out what they really wanted in the free resource library I built just for them. It was time for some much needed updates, and instead of guessing what I thought they might like, I asked. I was blown away by their responses! They all had some very sweet words to share with me about my blog and library, and it made me feel so good about what I do. I share my process on my blog, and the library is a way for me to give back to them in an exclusive way.
Their responses shaped the updates I made to the creative library, and more updates will be released in the coming months to coordinate library content with new blog posts. The most requested items were iphone wallpapers, graphics, art prints, and mock-ups. The most surprising idea was for pre-made graphic social media tiles to use for product promotions, which I included in this month’s update.
Here is a small preview of the new additions to the Creative Library.
Instructions for setting your iphone screens with the new wallpapers
I created the iphone wallpapers in a theme style - one to be set as your Lock Screen wallpaper, and a more neutral design to be set as your Home Screen background.
First, download the images you want for your iphone version to either your computer and email them to yourself or, using your phone, download the image in the Creative Library directly to your phone’s camera roll. If you email the images to yourself, you can also download them to your camera roll by clicking them and selecting add to camera.
Once you have your new wallpapers in your iphone’s camera roll, you can set them as your phone’s wallpapers.
To set an image as your Lock Screen:
Go to > Settings, then Select Wallpaper.
Then > Choose new wallpaper
Next, Select the Wallpaper you want to set as your Lock Screen. Move and scale it if needed.
Next, Select > Set
Your phone will pop up a window with choices to set as Lock Screen, Set as Home Screen, or to Set Both.
Select > Lock Screen
Repeat these same steps to set another wallpaper background style as your Home Screen, but choose Select > Home Screen as final step.
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