Pumpkin spice lattes are available, the sweaters are coming out of storage, and now, it's time for the decorative elements.
On Sunday, Becca Kufrin held a mini "art class" on her Instagram Story, during which she provided step-by-step instructions on how to make a fall wreath. According to Becca, only six items are required for the crafty project. These include a wreath, "flowers, greenery, dried stuff, ribbons, whatever - the world is your oyster," as well as "glue or hot glue." One non-art requirement in Becca's list includes "good jams + a glass of wine."
In her next videos, Becca provided instructions on how to make the wreath itself. She explained, "What I do is break apart the flowers and cut them shorter. A lot of them have wires in the middle, so I gotta use the muscles I don't have to do this."
Once the flowers are cut or bent, Becca said she puts "everything on the wreaths and place it how I want it to look."
She continued, "I take each individual piece, stuck it through the wreath branches, and then glue it or zip tie it or use a pipe cleaner to hold it in there. It's as easy as that."
Becca shared a photo of the finished product hanging on her door and joked, "Ummm, so yea, it's really large & in charge but it'll do for now."
The Season 14 Bachelorette recently moved to Los Angeles, so the wreath is just one decorative element of the new-season, new-apartment, new-city look.