March Lock Screen

"This is a story about a girl named lucky"

It's March, y'all! My small fraction of Irish heritage is making me wanna do a jig! Just kidding that's probably the warmer weather and my bumpin' playlist. And for you 90's kids who got that Britney Spears reference above: you're worth more than a pot of gold to me.

Everything's in early bloom in my neck of the woods, so the March lock screens are all about making space and effort for good things to grow in your life. They also serve as a good claim to "wearing" green on March 17th, if you're in a pinch (get it??)

We let so many weeds crowd out the good stuff. Maybe distractions crowding out quality time. Maybe insecurity crowding out confidence. Criticism crowding out grace. Bitterness crowding out love. Those weeds grow easily and if we aren't careful in identifying them and pulling them up, they can take over our gardens! The good stuff takes space, and time, and effort (and a good defense against weeds), and when the season comes, we will see fruit. I could go on and on because I love a good metaphor.

So here's a little encouragement for your metaphorical "gardens" wherever they might be: Plant good things, but don't leave it there - continue on and grow them, too!

To use these images as your lock screen or home screen, all ya gotta do is save the images right here to your device (press + hold on iPhones), then set the image as your wallpaper. Nice + easy! Feel free to share these with friends, post them on social media, etc. but just be sure to tell 'em where you got it from or tag me in the post. xoxo.

PS - I send out a newsletter each month that keeps people up to date on what's going on in the J.Louise world and has a direct link to each month's new lock screen so you don't miss any! If you're interested, you can subscribe here

August Lock Screen

We are kind of crazy about pineapples in my household.

And honestly not so much because we like to eat them (preferably sprinkled with cinnamon or used as a vessel for fried rice)....but because they represent all things warm & bright, and most importantly, are a symbol of hospitality! 

Hospitality is really important. It's a little less "Southern Living Magazine" and a little more about an attitude of caring, of inviting, and providing for needs whether it's a table to eat at or a listening ear. Yes, it's opening the doors to your home, but more importantly the doors to your heart. Hospitality doesn't seek to benefit itself, but to reveal the love of Christ is a unique way. 

We glance down at our phone a lot. Statistically we see our lock screen an average of 150 times a day. I actually just made that statistic up but it's probably pretty valid, right?? So as you see that little pineapple I hope we are challenged to open our eyes to the needs around us, to be courageous to offer our time and effort, and to invite "outsiders" in.

Simply press and hold the image to save your new little pineapple to your phone, and as always, feel free to share it will all your friends!


July Lock Screen

It's a new month which means it's time to treat yo' self to a fresh new lock screen! 

This design holds some meaning for me -  this past month has brought about a lot of changes. When I get down in the mix of it all, it can be very overwhelming and leave me very anxious...if not for the reality of the hope I have in Christ. He is faithful. And I have seen his faithfulness proven time and time again, yet I am so quick to forget this truth....he is faithful, and we can trust him. And y'all, I need to be reminded of that every day. 

And just because I couldn't resist....surprise! There's two!

Happy June

A new month & a new lock screen 

Simply press and hold the image to save it....and voilà! You've got yourself a new phone wallpaper! Feel free to share the lock screen love with your friends, just let them know where you got it from.

PS - if you like this image, you're gonna love the new Summer 16 prints!


Press & hold to save this image and enjoy your new phone lock screen! As always, share the love and tell 'em where you got it from.