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Free Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: April 2011

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I’m one day late posting this, but I trust the wait is worth it. Here is this month’s selection of desktop wallpaper calendars, all free for the download. There are wallpapers here for your computer, your iPhone, your iPad or just about any other device you might like to dress us. Enjoy!

A few notes: 320 x 480 is for your iPhone; 1024 x 1024 is for your iPad; your desktop or laptop may take any of the other sizes depending on your monitor size and a host of other considerations. If you’re not sure of the size, just find one that looks like it would be pretty much the same size as your screen. Generally you set one of these are your wallpaper by clicking on the link to the image, then right-clicking on the image (once it’s open) and selecting “Set as Background,” “Set as Desktop Background,” or something similar.

In Glorious Day

Created by Eric Novak from Chicago, IL.

In Glorious Day

Risen Indeed

Created by Jeff Nine, Denver, CO. Alleluia! Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia!

Risen Indeed

Bursting Forth

Created by Harold Sikkema, Hamilton, Canada. In April, I’m grateful for new life, for modern hymnwriters, and for my mother’s decade-spanning button collection.

Bursting Forth

As He Said

Created by Kristina Hansen from IL, USA.

As He Said

Hope for New Life

Created by Jessica Hardesty, Morgantown, WV.

Hope for New Life

The Simple Story of the Cross

Created by Zack Kirby, Raleigh, NC. “Weak, feeble and foolish as it may seem to people, the simple story of the Cross is enough for all mankind in every part of the globe.” – J.C. Ryle

The Simple Story of the Cross

Let the Fields Exalt

Created by Josh Mandell Greenville, SC.

Let the Fields Exalt

Revolting Beauty

Created by Jim LePage, St. Paul, MN. The cross is as ugly as it is beautiful. Ugly because of the physical pain and betrayal. Beautiful because of the love and forgiveness Jesus shows for those who murdered him.

Revolting Beauty

And God Saw That It Was Good

Created by Michael Davenport, Mebane, NC. For most of us Spring is a time when God’s creation awakens to fresh, new life once again. Let us be reminded of the greatness of our Creator, Who, at the end of each day of creation, saw that the work of His hands was very good.

Saw That It Was Good

Springtime

Created by Josh Koiro, Reading, PA.

Hope for New Life

The Promise of New Life

Created by Anna Cirlot, Gautier, MS.

Hope for New Life

Titus 3

Created by Rina Kroes.

Hope for New Life

Thanks to all of this month’s designers! We’ll be back in May, and this will (hopefully) be even bigger and better. If you are an artist, photographer or graphic designer and would like to participate next month, just go ahead and contact me and I’ll tell you all you need to know.


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