Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Desktop Wallpaper

Okay, does anyone else feel like when their desktop image is perfect their life is more organized? Like I have a ritual with mine. It used to be the Vineyard Vines desktop calendar for each month, but they stopped doing that last I checked. Then, a few years ago, I began working hard to select the image that would be my desktop image at the beginning of each year. So at 12:59pm on December 31st I would select "Set Desktop Picture" for the photo I had found and that would be my "new" outlook on life. I have even branched this tradition out to my phone's lock and home screen. Am I nuts? Maybe... Do y'all do something similar?
Anyway, my point being, when I first started Haute Table I decided to make a new desktop image every Sunday. They ran from September 2013 until March 2015. There are about 70 of them. And I kind of forgot I did it...until I was sitting at my computer thinking about Pinterest. Turns out my Pinterest is poppin' and I was trying to figure out how to get those viewers over to HT, because I like to think the content is not that different...maybe y'all can tell me if it's different? BUT not the point, I was thinking maybe I should start making my own graphic designs of quotes I had featured on Quotes of the Week...but then I remembered these. I'm including a link to all of the old "new desktop" images here, but below are some of my favorites. What do y'all think? Should I bring them back? Or maybe do something a little different? Let me know - xoxo darling, Hayden.
The first one I made that I really fell in love with. It was my desktop for months. 
I feel like this could be a legitimate desktop background? Thoughts?
I was really loving the right leaning text, huh?
The new MJ Hegar commercial reminds me of this...
This is one of my last images, I think I grew as a graphic designer.
My favorite quote.
I just like this font.
Such a cute quote.
I still really like these colors? 
Yet again, love the font!
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5 comments:

  1. Ooh I love "Now I'm a warrior"! Such a cute message.
    -Austen
    http://www.keepcalmandchiffon.com/blog/7/2/working-in-retail

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  2. These are all so cute! Hard to choose just one!
    Caitlin
    LemonadePressBlog.com

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  3. Seriously need these as my backdrop for my work computer!

    Jordan / www.dailycupofjojo.com

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