Happy love month, flower friends! It’s been a little while since my last blog post — and a very transformative month behind the scenes here at JustineCelina as I focused my efforts on developing new routines, habits and structures that support my goals for this year. Today I’m thrilled to bring you my February Digital Blooms Roundup where I’ve included 8 free, Valentine’s Day inspired floral tech wallpapers for you to download. These February desktop wallpapers feature a soft, feminine palette and an ultra romantic array of flowers — including Roses, Ranunculus, Anemones, Tulips and Peonies. Longtime readers will know these are some of my all time favourite flowers and you can discover more about each family in our comprehensive ALL ABOUT Flower Education series!
Give your tech a pretty, pink makeover this month with this gorgeous selection of free February floral wallpapers to enjoy on the background of your computer, tablet or phone. Celebrate and share the love this month by clicking through to download these ultra dreamy, pastel hued tech wallpapers straight to your tech! I hope these ultra dreamy, romantic designs bring you a little extra joy this month — think of them as our early DIGITAL BLOOMS Valentine’s gift. And if you know someone who could use a little pick me up this month and would like to send them flowers digitally, please send them the link to this post! Wishing you all a beautiful February!
With love month is upon us, I’m elated to share a fresh, free floral tech wallpaper inspired by February’s quintessential hue, along with all things soft and feminine! Although it’s the height of winter here in Calgary, February’s arrival always preludes my intense longing for spring. Longtime readers will know that one of my favourite ways to channel spring’s energy into our extended Canadian winters is with colour — in my wardrobe, my beauty routine, my home, my food and drink , and yes, even on the background of my digital devices! This month, I’m taking cues from Pantone’s Spring / Summer 2020 Colour Trend Report and exploring Coral Pink, Sunlight and Brilliant White.
Infuse February’s cheerful, lighthearted vibes onto the background of your computer, tablet or phone with the latest installment of DIGITAL BLOOMS! February 2020’s Digital Blooms incorporate three of my all-time-favourite flowers — including delicate Ranunculus, Parrot Tulips and creamy Peonies arranged in ethereal symmetry. Click through to download this ultra dreamy, pastel hued tech wallpaper straight to your tech, absolutely free! Wishing you all a love-filled February — and if you know someone who could use a little pick me up this month, please send them the link to this post. Think of it as an early Valentine’s Day gift from me to you!
Will you be our Valentine?! In honour of love month, Rebecca Dawn Design and I have created the dreamiest bed of roses inspired by Pantone’s Pink Peacock and Sweet Lilac for the February 2019 edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS! This free-spirited, feminine wallpaper features an exquisite array of the finest roses available — including Vendela, Quick Sand, Mother of Pearl, Cappuccino, Precious Moments, Roseberry and spray varieties (learn all about them here), with a healthy dose of Ranunculus (learn all about them here) and Hellebores throw in for good measure!
Celebrate and share the love this month JustineCelina style by downloading February’s free tech wallpaper to infuse your (or your Valentine’s!) computer, tablet or phone with a romantic, whimsical touch! We hope these playful florals inspired by February’s quintessential flower and Pantone’s SS19 Fashion Colour Trend Report bring a little extra joy to your life this month. Your bed of roses awaits, lovers!
Hey, hey flower friends! After my last post, I’m very excited to get some more lighthearted content out today! Love month is upon us — and Rebecca Dawn Design are celebrating the best way we know how — by sharing 3 free, Valentine’s Day inspired floral tech wallpapers with you! Last February, we created a special Love Edition set of DIGITAL BLOOMS prominently featuring roses — and they’ve become our most downloaded set to date. Due to overwhelming popularity, we’re keeping the love inspired theme going this year — but we’re working with more than just roses! This February, we’re combined a beautiful array of Spray Roses (learn more about them here), Panda Anemones, Dahlias, Astilbe, Astrantia, Ruby Silk Grass, Thrytptomene and Blushing Bride blooms in a dreamy, pastel palette.
As you’ve probably read, I’ve embraced the Pantone Spring 2018 Colour Trend Report this year and am feeling so inspired by blush shades and spring pastels (there will definitely be a theme here at JustineCelina this month!). For February, we’re crushing on Pink Lavender, Blooming Dahlia, Almost Mauve, Spring Crocus and Coconut Milk punctuated by Sailor Blue. Summon spring and enjoy our second DIGITAL BLOOMS Love Edition on the background of your computer, tablet or phone all month long by clicking though to choose from 3 free tech wallpapers! We hope these cheerful flowers bring you a little extra joy this month — think of them as our Valentine’s gift to you. Please feel free to pass this post along to anyone in your life that could use a little extra love this February!
Welcome back for another edition of Monthly Beauty Favourites! I have a little bit of everything to share with you this month — including including makeup, haircare, skincare, fragrance and wellness recommendations that span categories here at JustineCelina. My February 2017 Beauty Favourites is a long one, so if you’re spending this snowy Sunday afternoon at home with half an hour to spare, curl up with a nice hot mug of tea and let’s chat chat about a few of my favourite things!
I was truly all over the map this month in terms of products I used and loved, which makes for a very eclectic medley! Makeup wise I found myself drawn to romantic, rosy hues, nude lips and colourful, blown out smoky eyes — I’m craving spring inspired hues, but still embracing the drama of winter. Extremely dry, frigid winter weather persists here in Calgary (and unfortunately March is looking cold!) so my skin has definitely been feeling the effects. I discovered some extremely hydrating products for both my hands and my lips containing nourishing oils to aid in hydration. I also found a great product for taming those pesky flyaways, an inexpensive, no frills setting powder for the face and I rediscovered my love for a metallic, budget friendly eyeliner. I also visited my favourite spa in Canmore for a massage and picked up a chakra balancing essential oil to enjoy at home (in fact, I have some in a warmer right now!). On the completely other end of the spectrum, I feel head over heels for Mon Guerlain Eau de Parfum after attending a lovely event celebrating its launch earlier last month!
I wore so many soft, rosy hues in February! My pink obsession is still going strong and last month it definitely crept its way into the beauty department. A bit of a disclaimer — since it’s my Blogiversary month (JustineCelina turned one on March 2nd!) you’ll notice a strong Rose Quartz and Serenity theme on the blog this month leading up to my celebratory post. I’m super inspired by the Pantone colours of the year, and I’ll be flooding your feeds with tons of pretty, flowery, pink and blue imagery in March. Sorry (not sorry) in advance!
I also developed a thing for deep green eyeliners, rediscovered an old standby mascara, and a multi-purpose baked highlighter. If you’re a fan of soft, pretty, natural looking makeup then you’ll love my February Beauty Favourites. All but one of my favorites are also under $10 — I firmly believe you don’t have to spend a lot to look like a million bucks!
This is the music I had on repeat during love month. Since I’ve started using Spotify, I feel like I’m able to explore all different genres (and time periods) of music much more fluidly. So, my February Soundtrack is a a really eclectic mash up of happy, feel good tunes! Overall, I’m just able to have a lot more freedom with these monthly soundtracks. February was a very inspired month for me, and I draw so much of my creative inspiration from the music I listen to. I discovered tons of new artists, but I also rediscovered some old favourites like alt-J. Since I had access to whatever I wanted, I went on a huge Beatles binge — so I’ve ended this playlist with my favourite Beatles song. If you’re looking for some great thinking and creating music, I think you’ll love this month’s mix.
Programming Note: beginning this month, I’m switching over to Spotify exclusively for monthly soundtracks. If you’re a Spotify user too, come join me over there!