Spring Desktop Wallpaper

Hey there! Today I’ve got a cheerful new wallpaper for your computers and mobile devices. It’s just the dose of spring I need in my life right now. I’m so excited about this project, because I played around with live flowers for this one. I rarely incorporate fresh flowers into my design work. I usually save them for decorating the kitchen, or my bedroom. So this is exactly what I needed to get out of my recent creative rut.SproutAnd here’s a look at the latest addition to my workspace. The Sprout by HP! The nice folks at HP gave me a Sprout so I could help them show off some of the great things you can create with it. (Visit sprout.com to learn more) This desktop wallpaper is the first of many fun, exciting projects I’ll be sharing with you!

Sprout by HPHave you heard about the Sprout yet? In short, it’s a machine specifically for creating. It does everything from music to video and drawing/painting, etc. It’s got a touch screen as well as a (waterproof!) 20-point touch mat, and a 3D scanner, and so many other bells and whistles…like a built in desk lamp. They’ve really thought of everything. 

Desktop WallpaperWhen you’re not in a creative mood, it also doubles as a fully-functioning Windows PC with a traditional mouse and keyboard. My kids especially love the piano app and the Crayola coloring pages. I’ve only had it for a week now, so I’m still getting acquainted with all it can do. So far, I’m a huge fan. I had a minor hiccup with setup due to a defective keyboard; and the customer service and technical support teams were top notch. They walked me through fixing the problem and expedited a new keyboard right to my doorstep. And my technical support guru (Hi Justin!) made sure I can contact him directly with any problems or questions. I’m seriously impressed.

Sprout Image CaptureFor my first experiment, I grabbed a couple bunches of flowers from Trader Joe’s and scanned them into the workspace. Here’s a look at what happens when you scan an object. You place it on the touch mat, and the overhead camera/scanner analyzes it in just a few seconds.

Sprout Scanned ObjectsThen it pops up into your library. From here, you can just flick the different objects down onto the touch mat and manipulate the size, rotation, and trim out the background. I arranged them all along the top to create the floral border; then I imported the image into the Fresh Paint App and converted it to a watercolor painting. Easy peasy.

Now I’ve got idea overload for new projects…so looks like that creative rut is history. I can’t wait to show you what else I’ve been working on with my new Sprout by HP!

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Grab the free wallpaper here: 

Select your screen size or device here, save the image and apply it as your wallpaper. Ta Da! Now let’s take one final look at my desk. Because A) it feels like spring in this little corner of the office. and B) My desk is never this clean…so let’s take a moment to appreciate this rare sight.

Sprout HP

Discloure: This post is sponsored by HP. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support my blog.

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  1. […] Scan some flowers and make a pretty 2D flower art // Christina Williams […]

  2. Camila Resende October 3, 2015

    Hey Christina , thanks for sharing this wonderful wallpaper, I used it as a background for my blog , and I wonder if there’s a problem with that ? If you want to see , I ‘m leaving my link for you. xoxo

    Loved your blog. <3

    p.s : if you do not want me to use it as background, just let me know , I will remove immediately. Bye!

  3. Azizul Haque March 6, 2016

    Wow! Wonderful post and great advice. Thanks for sharing valuable information.


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