Christmas Wallpaper Calendar – December 2011


December Blue

“December Blue is reminiscent of a scene from a classic Christmas stop motion film.” Designed by Colin Whitehurst from Philippines.

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Retro Christmas

“Inspired by the old Christmas cards and 50′s style.” Designed by Joao Lima Jr. from Brazil.

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“I really like christmas sweaters, and you are better.” Designed by Zachary Vandehey from USA.

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Christmas Winter

Designed by Shravan Mishra from India.

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Designed by Matej Loncko from Slovakia.

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Crayon’s Snowy Sailing

“When I was a little girl, I was greatly fascinated about the magic of crayons. I still am. This illustration pays homage to the humble crayon. A life shared with children (and grown-ups who refuse to grow old). A small but a colorful, textured life. This winter season, I want to portray “Crayosa” as she peacefully sails through the snowy sea, carried by the stack of crayons in different shades of blue and purple.” Designed by Jessette Dayate – Catral from Singapore.

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Sign Of The Times

“The Holidays, the Winter Solstice, the End of the Calendar Year. Make sure you stop and enjoy December for it will be January before you know it.” Designed by Deidra Wilson from USA.

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Winter Wonderland

“I took this photo whilst walking in the heavy snowfall in the UK last December.” Designed by Ben Young from UK.

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Holiday Lights

“It’s that magical time of the year. One can never have enough twinkle and glow!” Designed by Tirelessweaver from Canada.

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Merry Christmas Wallpaper

“Have a pleasant christmas and enjoy this beautiful time.” Designed by Christian Goldemann from Germany.

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Simple December

Designed by Lisa Temes from Canada.

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Hand Drawn December

“Warm, hand drawn letters defrost a cold month.” Designed by Sean Mccabe from USA.

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Tongue Stuck On Lamppost

“Boy with tongue stuck on lamppost.” Designed by Josh Cleland from USA.

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“Christmas for pixel-lovers!” Designed by Lotum from Germany.

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Winter Flakes

“A slightly different take on the traditional green and red of the holidays with delicate snowflakes and a touch of mistletoe.” Designed by Soochie from USA.

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Jingle All The Way

Designed by Aeri Jeong from Australia.

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Father Frost

“Happy new year! Na zdorov’je!” Designed by from Russia.

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Candy Cane Monster

Designed by Agnieszka Malarczyk from Poland.

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Merry Xmas

“Merry Xmas to all! December is the month of christmas, parties and shopping, and we all love it! Merry Xmas  —  don’t you just LOVE December?” Designed by Supreet Singh from India.

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Night Snow

“Watching swirling snowflakes in the night sky is one of my favourite parts of the winter season. Cold, but beautiful!” Designed by Natalie Schulze from USA.

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Love Christmas

Designed by Mateusz Mackowiak from Poland.

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Pow Time

“I’ve created this wallpaper in hope that december brings us many inches of bright white snow. There’s plenty of fun outside with this frozen water anyway!” Designed by Marek Chrenko from Slovakia.

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Who Ate All The Christmas Cookies???

“Just a bit of Christmas fun with the birds Pipita and Milo. This time with a new (still nameless) character: the magpie stole all the Christmas cookies Pipita just made and of course she’s angry at Milo (as usual). Have a fun Christmas (and watch out for cookie thiefs!;))!” Designed by Nicole Bauer from Germany.

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The Little Things

“A wallpaper to represent the “Holiday Spirit” that is less commercial, and more inspirational by illustrating 150+ little things that mean everything.” Designed by Winsome Interactive from USA.

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International Christmas

Designed by Roland Szaboka from Hungary.

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Deer December

Designed by Crystal Ho from Canada.

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Turkish Barbecue

Designed by Credo Global from Turkey.

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Give More

“Remember to always give more than you take. If we could all do this, the world would be a much better place.” Designed by Nathan Miller from USA.

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Time Is Ticking Away

Designed by Marcus White.

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Southern December

“I can’t help but associate December with chilly nights and roast chicken, but here’s a little something for the Southern Hemisphere! Picture taken at Kamari beach, Santorini.” Designed by Suety Kwan from USA.

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Mister Snowman

“Mister Snowman is coming.” Designed by Thomas Danzo from France.

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16 Comments to “Christmas Wallpaper Calendar – December 2011”

  • Cupcakerum August 13, 2013 at 1:13 am

    Every year I used to listen to Oldies 103.3 for their Christmas music that started around Veteran’s day but, now that they are off the air I feel lost! Does anyone know if there is another radio station in the New England area that begins playing Christmas music early like Oldies 103.3 used to? Thank you for your help!

  • Balla August 31, 2013 at 2:34 am

    What time on Christmas day do you start opening presents?

  • Keaton September 10, 2013 at 12:22 pm

    My mom loves Christmas movies so I was wondering if you could give me some recommendations of good Christmas movies to get for her. Nothing scary, I know there are scary ones out there. And no Die Hard type films please. Nice Christmas movies. They can be sad or happy. Thank you.

  • heavenly sword September 12, 2013 at 11:32 pm

    As it’s getting closer and closer to Christmas I want to start adding some Christmas movies to my Netflix list. I can’t think of any right off the top of my head to add except Smokey Mountain Christmas with Dolly Parton. And It’s A Wonderful Life . Any suggestions are appreciated. Don’t care if there old or new.

  • Alun J September 13, 2013 at 3:08 am

    Christmas is very soon and I have NO clue what to get my boyfriend for Christmas. I rather make something for him because you know, it would mean more. Anyone have any good homemade gift ideas I can get him? Please comment!

  • Nick September 13, 2013 at 4:54 pm

    I’m writing a Christmas Survival Guide for my English class and I need one thing for each day of December leading up to Christmas. So far I have:

    -start planning early
    -get used to christmas music early
    -don’t forget to buy an advent calendar
    -try to fend off carollers
    -don’t each too much

    I’m basically writing a mini story for each one, and just need ideas, so anything would be helpful! Thanks!

  • steve September 14, 2013 at 8:05 am

    This will be my first Christmas as a mom and I love the holiday season. I am looking for some ideas of things I can do every year with my daughter to make Christmas a very special and memorable time.

  • nathan September 14, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    I am wanting to hit the slopes over the Christmas break. I can only go one day and want to choose the day that will likely be the least crowded. I can go Thursday which is Christmas Eve, Friday which is Christmas Day, or Saturday which is the day after Christmas. Based on your experience, which day do you think would be the least crowded?

  • Taylor2k September 15, 2013 at 2:43 am

    This is my first time putting up a Christmas tree on my own. Most people take theirs down the day after Christmas and some people keep it up til New Years. I just wanted to see what other people think.

  • Goe122 September 15, 2013 at 11:37 am

    I would like to make Christmas presents for friends and family and wondering if you have any tips? Lovely desserts etc…

    Thanks so much!

  • Hannah September 15, 2013 at 11:38 am

    Christmas is coming up (woohoo!) and I wanna start learning some Christmas songs on my guitar. I already know a few carols but I was wondering if you could make a list of popular Christmas songs that I could try to learn on guitar like ‘Last Christmas’

  • Johnky J September 16, 2013 at 12:10 am

    This is our first Christmas with our own child. She just turned four months. We of course bought her Christmas presents and just have so much excitement and anticipation with the magic that comes with Christmas. Our Christmas will probably start around 8:00 A.M.
    What about you guys? Merry Christmas To All.

  • ericmreitz September 26, 2013 at 9:39 am

    I have never experienced the Christmas as described on television, in books, or by friends and peers.
    My family is not rich, although they are not penniless. I have no job. The economy is tough. We could never afford the Christmas tree. There is hardly a place to put it, anyway. The only gifts I ever get are letters and candy. I have very little friends and they are far away.
    My family is away visit relatives and I am at home alone on Christmas.

    Where is my merry Christmas? Where is my jolly Christmas? Where is the joy?

  • stingerms October 9, 2013 at 12:42 am

    Christmas is coming and I want some ideas. What would be a good type of Christmas card for our wedding reception caterer. The reception is at a hotel and he is so helpful I want to surprise him by sending him a nice Christmas card from the both of us.

  • Jerosh Nagulachandran October 13, 2013 at 9:11 am

    Hello! I am auditioning for Scrooge the musical (like a Christmas Carol) and I need a Christmas audition song (it can be broadway too) I am a Mezzo Soprano thanks! I really would like any suggestions you have ( : Its a youth production

  • Xbox360king October 13, 2013 at 9:11 am

    Encroaching on October, November, and overtaking all of December: Christmas is already responsible for enough closings of banks and other government functions. Why is the day after Christmas considered a holiday?