NOTE: These backgrounds work best if you start with a white minima template.

1- Click "Customize" { top right corner }

2- Click "Add a Gadget"

3- Find "HTML/Java Script" and click the "+" sign

You are now in the Configure HTML/Java Script screen. You will see a large box. Now, copy and paste this entire HTML code into that area:

<style type="text/css">
body {background-image: url("direct link"); background-position: center; background-repeat: no-repeat; background-attachment: fixed; }

Choose a background, copy the link underneath it, and then paste it in between the parenthesis in place of where it says "direct link". Make sure you leave the parenthesis in place.

Hit save, and you’re all done! Enjoy your awesome new blog!



Loralee and the gang... said...

CUTE blog backgrounds...are you planning to do any Christmas pages that are nativity-themed? I've have only found one so far, and it blocks too much of the posts which makes it difficult to read around. I will keep checking back!
Thanks for your efforts!

the anderson family of four said...

Funny you should ask that... I've got some coming! :)


Loralee and the gang... said...

THank You!!

cabeandmelplus3 said...

HI I am trying to get this really cute wish list back ground on my blog but for some reason it cuts the tree off so you don't get to see the whole thing! If you know how to fix this problem let me know! Thanks

the anderson family of four said...

It's probably cutting the tree off because you have a smaller computer screen... I'm sorry that sometimes happen! I upload all my images to fit in a 21 inch or smaller computer screen. If I don't, you'll get white along the sides and it looks funny... your best bet is to try a background with the cute embellishments closer to the center (like the snowflakes, christmasdots, or christmastrees :)

Candi said...

I love this background!!! I added it to my blog and it came out perfect.

J. said...

Adorable Christmas backgrounds. Thanks for your hard work and creativity. Love 'em all.