It always helps our mental health to able to customize and even personalize our digital devices. It helps us feel more in control of our time and more connected to the world. Whether you’re looking for a new background for your desktop, tablet, or mobile device, we’ve got you covered with these cute backgrounds.
Cute Backgrounds for Your Digital Devices
To download, simply click on the background you want. Then, right-click and select “save image.” Voila! You’ve got yourself a new background that you can set as the wallpaper on any of your digital devices.
While we all have different opinions on what makes something cute, there are some elements that are universally accepted as being key to cuteness. Usually, we think about Disney characters. They have big eyes, a small nose, and a large head in proportion to the body.
Our Definition of Cute
These backgrounds are a bit more abstract than that because the thing about cute things is that they make us feel happy. And sometimes, we just need a little pick-me-up. That’s where these backgrounds come in. Whether you’re having a tough day or you just want to brighten up your screen, these backgrounds are sure to do the trick.
We hope you enjoy these cute wallpapers, and that they’re also a reminder that the power to make life beautiful is something that each and every one of us holds within us. Life is what you make it, so make the most of it.
Didn’t find what you were looking for here? We have additional backgrounds you can browse here, and we also release new backgrounds at the beginning of the month as well. So be sure to keep checking back!Published in
Emily Sprinkle, also known as Emma Loggins, is a designer, marketer, blogger, and speaker. She is the Editor-In-Chief for Women's Business Daily where she pulls from her experience as the CEO and Director of Strategy for Excite Creative Studios, where she specializes in web development, UI/UX design, social media marketing, and overall strategy for her clients.
Emily has also written for CNN, Autotrader, The Guardian, and is also the Editor-In-Chief for the geek lifestyle site FanBolt.com