This design is free to download and use on your personal phone. These honeysuckle flower designs evoke the spirit of this friendly bloom.
Honeysuckle iPhone Wallpaper
My designs are free for private use. Please just credit me if you repost or share. Click on any of the images to download to your device.
Honeysuckle Flower Meaning
For June, I studied the humble honeysuckle flower. I never noticed that it “hugs” bricks, fences and trees as it grows. That embracing nature has given it an association with togetherness and friendship.
As I learned about the honeysuckle flower, I came across a lovely poem by Phillip Freneau, The Wild Honeysuckle.
From morning suns and evening dews
At first thy little being came:
If nothing once, you nothing lose,
For when you die you are the same;
The space between is but an hour,
The mere idea of a flower.
Phillip Freneau, The Wild Honeysuckle
You can read the full poem HERE. I’ve always been familiar with the flower. It would grow along the fences at my favorite childhood beach. Their smell is a strong part of my summer memories. But, I never thought of it as particularly symbolic as it gripped and grew into unexpected places.
It’s a lovely burst of sweetness — peaking out to surprise the eyes.
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If you’re like me, it’s nice to have a break from staring at screens. That’s why start all my designs on paper. Then, I digitize them and turn them into printable art. Each piece is created to be collected and shared.
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Flower of the Month Postcards
If you like this free wallpaper, you’ll love my collection of postcards inspired by the flowers for each month. My postcard project focuses on symbolism. I am obsessed with communication and symbolism plays a large role in creative writing. Flowers, in particular, have been used as symbols throughout history.
January | Snowdrop | Hope
February | Primrose | Youth & Everlasting Existence
March | Daffodil | New Beginnings
April | Sweet Pea | Greetings & Common Kindness
May | Hawthorn | Love & Protection
June | Honeysuckle | Togetherness & Friendship
July | Water Lily | Innocence & Grief
August | Gladiolus | Honor & Remembrance
September | Aster | Charm & Wisdom
October | Marigold | Passion & Bravery
November | Peony | Prosperity & Good Luck
December | Narcissus | Good Wishes
The front of each card features a minimalist design that highlights the beauty of each flower. The back contains room for your message and mailing information. They add a personal touch to any birthday greeting. Or you can buy several with your own birth month to celebrate your personal flower.