For this colorful background I used only 3 aloha watercolors: Mango, Orchid and Kalani. Cadmium yellow, chinacridone pink and deep ultramarine blue blend to beautiful purples, oranges, reds and greens. It was so fun to play around with these paints […]
Your free August wallpaper reinvokes those late summer sunsets with bright orange sunlight illuminating the volcano ranges of the Big island, while cows graze on the bright green pastures of Waimea. Yeah we do have cows here on the island! […]
I used Aviva colorsheets for the red and blue watercolor background and tried to give it the feel of fireworks. I’m a big fan of fireworks and am looking forward to viewing them in a few days. Hmmm wait, I’m […]
Your free May wallpaper features the fabulous handmade watercolors from Rebecca @silkwatercolours (“North tower”) and Amanda @whittswatercolors(“Lucky”, “Shimmer purple”). As always, download is available in different sizes (for your phone, too!) and with or without dates. Click here to download.
Your free wallpaper April shows the beautiful handmade watercolors from @stakiwicolours (Hurricane twilight indigo) and @anjcreativeletters (Brooch and Arctic wind shimmers). I just love this color combo and I hope you like it, too! As always, download is available in different sizes and […]
Your free March wallpaper features set of handmade watercolors by Ashley from @tcwpaints (XOXO, Mistle toes, Raspberry sun and Frost) I’ve always associated certain colors with March and spring in general – pink reminds me of sakura cherry blossoms and green […]
This month’s wallpaper shows Lilinoe (“fine mist), the younger sister of snow goddess Poli’ahu. It is said that she combs out Poli’ahu’s long hair every day and floats around her head like a cloud. Lilinoe resides on Puʻu ʻUlaʻula, the […]
Your free wallpaper of July shows Laka, the goddess of wild forests and of the Hula dance.
Your free wallpaper of June shows Haumea, sometimes also referred to as Papa. She’s the creator of the Hawaiian islands and goddess of fertility and childbirth. You can see the shapes of all 8 Hawaiian islands tattoed onto Haumea’s face […]
Your free wallpaper of May shows the famous Pele (short for Pelehonuamea, which means “she who shapes the sacred land”). Pele is the powerful goddess of volcanoes and fires and resides in Kilauea, one of the volcanoes here on […]