This past weekend, I spent a few hours designing several new prints for email subscribers. And then I realized… I really wanted to see the words of Truth throughout the day, right on my phone. Enter: lock screens.
One of my favorite things to do is create free gifts for you that encourage, inspire you to share your story, and are beautiful reminders of Truth.
(That’s one of the reasons I included artwork in my book, one printable introducing each chapter. Those prints are shared only with email subscribers, but additional freebies are available to anyone on the Freebies page.)
In a few days, my monthly-ish newsletter full of behind-the-screen updates, exclusive content, good reads and listens from around the Internet… and free prints, of course!… will go out. But in the mean time, how about a few lock screens as Winter turns to Spring and we anticipate the beauty and hope that Easter brings? I hope these lock screens will be a blessing to you! Download instructions can be found at the bottom of this post.
free iPhone lock screens:
how to download the lock screens:
Click on any of the above images and the lock screen will open in a new tab. If you’re on a computer, right-click to download, email the image to yourself, then save it to your camera roll. If you’re on your phone, hold down on the image to 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.
If you’re looking for additional prints or iPhone lock screens, visit the Freebies page or subscribe to emails here. (Email subscribers receive exclusive prints and gifts right away and then every 1-2 months throughout the year. Each one of these lock screens will be shared, as a 5×7 printable, with subscribers later this week)
If you would like to save this post for later (or share it with friends) you can pin the image below. I’d so appreciate that!
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