free fall lock screens

Last week, I heard the results of a recent study. On average, we pick up our phones 58 times and spend more than 3 hours on our phones every single day. For years, I’ve created free printables, lock screens, and bookmarks (you can find , or subscribe to emails for additional exclusive gifts). Now more than ever, the message of each lock screen feels important.

What will we look at 58 times each day? Will it be meaningful? Beautiful? A reminder of Truth before we’re sent thousands upon thousands of messages through apps, notifications, ads and texts?

I’ve created several new fall-themed lock screens below and download instructions are available at the bottom of this post. If you know someone who would enjoy a free fall lock screen, please share this with them!

You’re also more than welcome to pin an image below or share the design you pick on Instagram Stories! I do ask that you give proper credit (you can tag me there @kaitlyn_bouch) and invite your friends to visit the lock screen Highlight on my Instagram profile for dozens of designs.

10 free fall iPhone lock screens:

free iPhone lock screen: Ecclesiastes 3

free iPhone lock screen: thankful, grateful, blessed

free iPhone lock screen: though the seasons change, His love remains

free iPhone lock screen: Psalm 116

free iPhone lock screen: thankful

free iPhone lock screen: Galatians 6:9

free iPhone lock screen: stay cozy

free iPhone lock screen: Proverbs 3

free iPhone lock screen: always a reason to be thankful

free iPhone lock screen: fall things

how to download the lock screens:

If you’re on your phone, hold down on an image until you see options that include “save photo.” If you’re on a computer, right-click on an image and select “Open Image in New Tab.” Then right-click on the full image that comes up, download, email the image to yourself, and save it to your camera roll.

Then, from your iPhone, go to Settings –> Wallpaper –> Choose a New Wallpaper –> Camera Roll. Select the image and then click “Still” (not “Perspective”). You can then move the image around if you’d like. I always pretend like I’m shrinking the image (think: the opposite of if you were to zoom in). This allows the entire image to show.

For additional prints or iPhone lock screens, visit , check out the “lock screen” Highlight on my Instagram profile, or subscribe to emails. (Email subscribers receive exclusive prints and gifts right away and then every 1-2 months throughout the year.)

If you would like to save this post for later, pin any of the images in this post! I’d appreciate that so much. Truly, it makes a big difference. I love creating encouraging resources for you, but it sure does help others find the prints/lock screens/freebies when you spread the word. Thank you!

Which design is your favorite? Tell me in the comments or send an email my way!

10 free fall lock screens