Today I am here to show how I changed my iPhone wallpaper from this:
I made this change by using the Project Life App for iPhone to create the second wallpaper. I love using photos of my daughter as my iPhone wallpaper. The problem is, depending on the orientation of the photo and the photo contents themselves, it is impossible to make every photo work as an iPhone wallpaper. No matter how cute the image is, sometimes you just can’t get the photo to look good on your lock screen, especially if you don’t have some sort of negative space in the photo (specifically at the top of the image.) It’s annoying and it’s one of my least favorite parts of the iPhone.
Then, I took this photo of my daughter, fell in love with it, and desperately wanted to use it as my wallpaper… and I had an “ah-ha!” moment. I could use a Project Life card for the top half of the photo, to go underneath the clock. GENIUS. (Or so I thought, anyway!)
It’s such a simple concept and an easy fix, so I just had to share it with everyone. I hope you will find this tutorial useful. Feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions or can’t figure out how I did something in the tutorial. Thanks all. Until next time!
P.S. In February 2016, the Project Life App will be available for Android. I am assuming this tutorial would work very similarly for a wallpaper for Android phones, as well. You’ll have to give it a whirl when the app comes out!