Art crush: Sandra Dieckmann

I came across this gorgeous wolf print while on etsy one day and favorited it.  I came across the artist’s work again via one of my fave blogs and decided to go ahead and buy a few of my favorite prints, and I love them soooo much!!  One is actually a card but I framed it anyways.  Why not right? So the top three prints are the ones I’ve purchased already and these below are ones I’m craving to buy when I have some extra cash!

I just love her use of colors and pattern and just how dreamy she depicts the animals.  I’ve always had a fascination with southwestern type art and I find these prints to be modern depictions of  that ideal.  gallery wallHere’s my little gallery wall!  I love it!

Pom poms and my Etsy shop

Hi all! I thought I would share some stuff from my Etsy shop (which you can link here: Junebowtique) with you all since I’ve been working on it a lot this week!  I’ve been making pom poms like a crazy girl and made some new things for the shop like this garland:DSC_0142

these tiny pom ringsDSC_0002 DSC_0017


this neon pom pom wreath:
DSC_0069and these headbands that I think are pretty fab:)DSC_0099 DSC_0140 DSC_0030 DSC_0042 DSC_0047


You can see all this stuff for sale as well as some other funky stuff I made by clicking here🙂 Well, thanks for looking; I hope your December has gotten off to a good start!

DIY Moss Letter

Today’s project is sorta sentimental because I first made moss monogram letters for our wedding, awww.  I recently made another for my etsy shop and it’s really the easiest project, albeit messiest.  But no worries, just keep the animals out of the room and have a large work area.

Here’s what you need: 1. Moss from the craft store  2. Wooden or paper mache letter  3. Glue gun  4. Scissors  5. *Optional: Sawtooth hanger or ribbon for hanging also felt covering for the back.  If you use a sawtooth hanger you won’t need the felt.  The felt is a nice touch if you think you’ll see the back–like if you were to display the letters on your mantel.

Step 1. Lay the letter on the moss with the moss face down/pretty side down  2. Cut around or trace your letter on the moss leaving 1/2″ extra to glue on sides and back of the letter  3. Glue letter to moss keeping pretty moss side down4. Glue moss to sides and back of the letter.  Depending on your letter you may cut out corner bits so that it glues down flatter   5. You’ve made your Moss letter, isn’t she neat?
6.  I added a thank you tag for a special touch for my customer.  These make great gifts, holiday decor, door hangings, wedding decor.

Also, For more wedding DIY stuff I made see my Etsy shop here. *Thanks for visiting! Jess