Hello, friends. How’s everyone doing? It’s certainly been a very transformative couple of weeks since my last post — and possibly, the most transformative of my lifetime. Given the state of the world, it simply didn’t feel right proceeding with regularly scheduled programming earlier this month. So last week, in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter anti-racism movement, I (like many other creators) muted my own content to create space to learn, unlearn, explore, amplify melanated voices and actively engage with anti-racism work. Rather than sharing my own content, I used this time to deep dive into some difficult topics, educate myself, reflect and process, have important conversations and create space for a very important discussion to take place. I amplified Black voices and the work of Black creators, artists and activists, as well as my learnings, on my Instagram Stories while pausing my social feed and blog posts. I can’t recall a period of time where I’ve ever learned or absorbed so much information — and I felt called to summarize it all for you here at JustineCelina in June 2020’s edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS.
June 2020’s Digital Blooms were created in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter civil rights uprising, using multi-coloured flowers foraged from blooming trees to form a raised fist signifying unity, diversity, support, strength and the power of change. Flowers have always brought me great joy, which was part of the reason I created my DIGITAL BLOOMS series nearly 5 years ago — a way to preserve nature’s seasonal beauty and offer each of you a piece of joy, too. My free floral tech wallpapers are often inspired by colour trends and current events — and it simply didn’t feel right to not translate the huge shift we’re collectively experiencing into this month’s edition. Although I’ll never be fully educated on the topic of anti-racism, I didn’t want that to stop me from using my platforms to take a stand against injustice and encourage you to do the same. Click through to download June 2020‘s tech wallpaper absolutely free — let it serve as a reminder of the unity our world is fighting for, as well as your and allyship and commitment to do the work necessary to end racism. JustineCelina stands for justice, freedom, oneness, love and equality. Silence is simply no longer an option — Black Lives Matter.
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It’s finally starting to feel like spring here on the Alberta prairies — and I’m celebrating with some of my favourite seasonal flowers in May 2020’s edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS! This quintessentially spring design features creamy Ranunculus along with buttery yellow Butterfly Ranunculus (learn All About Ranunculus), white Hyacinths and refurled blush and white Tulips (learn All About Tulips) arranged with a whimsical touch.Infuse May’s cheerful, uplifting energy onto the background of your phone, tablet or computer this month with this free floral tech wallpaper I created just for you!
May 2020’s Digital Blooms are heavily inspired by a few hues from PANTONE’s Spring / Summer 2020 Colour Trend Report — Sunlight, Coral Pink and Brilliant White. Amidst the chaos of the world lately, I’ve been finding great comfort in simplicity and stripping things back to basics, which is reflected in this month’s DIGITAL BLOOMS. I hope May’s free tech wallpapers bring you some joy during this difficult time and invoke a sense of tranquility with each glance! Download this peaceful, pastel floral spring wallpaper straight to your devices while the flower shops are closed and carry the calming presence of my favourite spring blooms with you digitally. Stay well, friends!
Bohemian beauties, April 2020’s edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS is for you! I’ve been wanting to incorporate Pampas Grass into one of my free monthly tech wallpapers for quite some time — and to celebrate DIGITAL BLOOMS 4th birthday (say what?!), I’ve done just that! This month I’m embracing all things free spirited, feminine and ethereal with April 2020’s free desktop wallpaper, which combines Purple Haze Lavender Roses, Quicksand Roses, Spray Roses (learn All About Roses), Pampas Grass, and other foraged prairie grasses from my childhood home in rural Alberta. My All About Pampas Grass post has become the most popular piece of content here at JustineCelina over the past year — so I know you love pampas just as much as I do!
As we transition into spring, I’m feeling inspired by delicate pastels and creamy off-white hues — so April 2020’s free tech wallpaper embraces this seasons softer side. Enjoy this lovely selection of classic roses juxtaposed with modern pampas and foraged Alberta grasses in the background of your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop all month long, absolutely free! I hope April 2020’s Digital Blooms provide a lighthearted reprieve during these dark times. Even though the flower shops are closed, my DIGITAL BLOOMS are always here and available for you 24/7 — simply click through to download April’s free desktop wallpaper straight to your devices. Be well and stay safe friends — I’m sending light and love to each and every one of you!