UPDATE : Christmas Wallpaper for 2008
Christmas Wallpaper for 2009

I did the Diwali wallpaper in 2005 and then followed-up with Diwali wallpapers for 2006.
Update: There’s a Christmas wallpaper for 2007 as well here.

Now it’s the turn of Christmas Wallpapers. I’m starting out with a light, white, snowflake-themed wallpaper. I wanted to keep it clean so that your desktop gives you a feeling of happy/free/cheerful spirit. It also gives you enough white-space to fill up your desktop!

Here are the three download links:
1. 2000 x 1500
2. 1024 x 768
3. 800 x 600

Here is another Christmas wallpaper – more along the lines of what people expect from a Christmas wallpaper 🙂 The Diwali wallpapers got my website more hits from people looking for them because I don’t think there are many Diwali wallpapers out there – Christmas seems to be way more popular on the web!

Here are the three download links:
1. 2000 x 1500
2. 1024 x 768
3. 800 x 600

And another Christmas Wallpaper [ I did this illustration for the 2nd Wacom Holiday season Contest 2006 ] and have re-sized the same for Desktop wallpapers.

Here are the three download links:
1. 2000 x 1500
2. 1024 x 768
3. 800 x 600

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23 comments

  1. Hey Ramesh – nice to hear from you again!
    The font is not a font really, it’s an illustration sketched in Photoshop using my Wacom Intuos tablet and the contrast with the background effects and colors is deliberate. And I appreciate your feedback!

  2. The “font illustration” would qualify well for a “Halloween” wallpaper. >:O) The fonts of “Merry” & “Christmas” look different to me.

    I have been following aside blog reqularly. Good going. All the Best.

  3. “Merry” and “Christmas” are indeed different. The font might indeed look familiar in a Halloween wallpaper but it’s a deliberate addition to the Christmas one. I wanted to add some kind of juxtaposition to the Christmas cheer with an alien element. It seems to be working so far 🙂

  4. Hey there,

    First-time visitor to your blog and I landed up on it cos I was searching for X-mas Wallies and google lead me to your blog… Awesome worx !!! Keep it up !!!

    P.S.: Can you make a few more X-mas Wallies plssssssssssssssssssss !!!

  5. I really like the Diwali paper, it’s nice to get away from the screaming reds and greens of christmas once in a while. Good job!

  6. Thanks Manda! I appreciate that you actually took time to write to me and let me know! Hope you had a great Christmas – wish you a happy new year as well!

  7. Hay Kayla! I’m glad you liked it so much!
    Hope you had an awesome socks-rocking Christmas too! Wish you and your a very happy new year ahead as well!

  8. Hey Titus! Nice hearing from you and thank you for the kind words. Hope you had an awesome Christmas – wishing you and yours a wonderful new year ahead as well. As for more Christmas wallies – I’ve been really caught up with work you know – besides I don’t think anyone’s looking for any more of those till next year – when I will most certainly design some more!

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