Sometimes you just need a fun whimsical browser theme to liven up your day and theme designer “Madonna” has done that with her latest “Flirting Owls” creation for Firefox and Internet Explorer. The background is sort of a “cartoon-ish” lime green which gives the theme a light-hearted feel from the start. On the right-hand side of the theme there are three owls sitting upon what looks to be a string and possibly lights at the end. Perhaps it’s a strand of Christmas lights in time for the holiday? The owls are sitting right next to each other with each one displaying a different facial expression, especially with their eyes. The owl on the far left has one eye wide open with another shut. As the theme name indicates, the owls are flirting and generally enjoying the company of each other. Congrats to Madonna on a great theme creation and one that is sure to liven up your day on this Monday.

Flirting Owls

Flirting Owls

Theme “Runner-Ups”

Pink Flowers and Butterflies

Pink Flowers & Butterflies

The Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks browser theme

Shadow of the Moon

Shadow of the Moon

Night of Purple Dreams

Night of Purple Dreams

Brilliant Sunset

Brilliant Sunset Theme

The Sun’s Moons

The Sun's Moons

Tall Ship at Sunrise

Tall Ship at Sunrise

Create Your Own Theme

Each one of the browser themes listed above were created by fans using Brand Thunder’s theme tool, http://bt-engage.com. Using this tool, users can upload images, choose background colors and even add quick links to their favorite websites from around the world, directly into the browser. So if you don’t see something that fits your style in the Brand Thunder browser theme gallery, feel free to create your own theme using BT:Engage. Thousands of browser theme fans from around the world have created themes that grace our gallery and each week one of them becomes the “theme of the week“. This theme is then promoted to the Brand Thunder Social media accounts for thousands of browser theme fans to enjoy. Join us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and Tumblr.

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