Tee-se-itse TUESDAY! Do-it-yourself Autumn Candle Holder

I came across this very cute and easy diy! Perfect for Tee-se-itse TUESDAY! I found it at Spark & Chemistry.

All you’ll need are artificial fall leaves, a mason jar, mod podge and a paint brush/sponge.

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You just mod podge the leaves onto the jar. You could probably use clear spray glue for a quicker application.

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You can tie raffia, twine or burlap to the top and make a bow.

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Such an easy tee-se-itse (do-it-yourself) Autumn Candle Holder.

Tee Se-itse (Do-it-yourself in finnish) TUESDAY

I came across this easy and convenient diy. If your family is like mine, we can never find matches. I love this idea of placing wooden matches in a mason jar and placing sand paper on the top. It will look so cute on a mantel. And, it’s so convenient.

Another cute Tee-se-itse (do-it-yourself) project is to create your own art. But you don’t need to buy an expensive stretched canvas. Just buy a roll of canvas, paint it with colors that coordinate with your room (or add a pop of color) and hang. So artsy!

 

“Tee-se-itse (Do-it-yourself) TUESDAY!” A Simple Garden

It’s “tee-se-itse TUESDAY!” That’s “do-it-yourself” in Finnish! If you’re like me, you’d love to have a beautiful vegetable or herb garden, but just don’t have the time. Why not create your own simple “tee-se-itse” simple garden? It can be as manageable as you need it to be. For me, a few herbs in pots will do!

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Kristin Fagerskjold

I like the idea of making your little garden decorative and using out-of-the-ordinary items like tea cups. You can recycle and use ordinary aluminum cans.

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Simple terra cotta pots on a window sill in your kitchen can make you smile.

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I rediscovered an old white bench I had in our garage and moved it to our garden. I planted oregano, thyme, basil and strawberries in inexpensive terra cotta pots. I placed it in a sunny location.

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I smile everytime I see it.

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My son, Constantine, likes to put our bunny, Snowball, near the herbs to see if he’ll eat them. Constantine also loves watering the herbs and watching them grow.

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I love my simple and manageable “tee-se-itse” garden!