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Merry Christmas Wallpaper – Computer, smartphone, iphone wallpaper

Did you ever have Christmas lights screen savers, or the software that put Christmas lights around the edge of your computer monitor? I admit, I did. I love Christmas and I was always looking for ways to bring Christmas to my computer. Just because it’s a non-living thing doesn’t mean it can’t enjoy the holidays too right? Seriously, if you were a computer monitor wouldn’t you be happier if this was your wallpaper? Think about it, it’s like getting your computer ready for a Christmas party. The question is, will your computer win the ugliest sweater award?  It’s my favorite time of year. So, while we were out at zoo lights the other night, I took a few pictures that I thought would make for nice computer and smartphone wallpaper. It’s on my computer, will it be on yours?

Click on this link to open the HD Resolution Image. (1920 x 1080). Then Right Click and click “Save Target as…” or “Save as…” or “Save picture as…”

Click on this link to open the SD Resolution Image.  (1600 x 1200). Then Right Click and click “Save Target as…” or “Save as…” or “Save picture as…”

Click on this link to open the HD Resolution Image. (1920 x 1080). Then Right Click and click “Save Target as…” or “Save as…” or “Save picture as…”

Click on this link to open the SD Resolution Image.  (1600 x 1200). Then Right Click and click “Save Target as…” or “Save as…” or “Save picture as…”

Click on this link to open the HD Resolution Image. (1920 x 1080). Then Right Click and click “Save Target as…” or “Save as…” or “Save picture as…”

Click on this link to open the SD Resolution Image.  (1600 x 1200). Then Right Click and click “Save Target as…” or “Save as…” or “Save picture as…”

Click on this link to open the Smart Phone/IPhone4 Image

Click on this link to open the iPhone 5 Image

Instructions for making any image wall paper on a Windows PC:

After you click the link above and save the picture (remember where you save it -> your My Pictures folder is a good place!), go to the folder where you saved the picture, right click on the picture and click “Set as Desktop Background.”

Instructions for making any image wall paper on a Mac:

After you click on the link above, right click on the image, and instead of Saving the image (which you are more than welcome to do) click, Set image as desktop background. A preview box will open up, click “Set Desktop Background” and you’re good to go.

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