Two lace appliques
Needle and Thread-optional
First clear a large space to avoid getting spray adhesive on stuff it shouldn't be.
Before spraying the appliques plan out how you want them on the shoe. You have to apply the applique within 15 seconds so you need to know where you want it before you spray it. I chose to wrap mine around the outer edge of the shoe.
Now go ahead and spray an even coat of the spray adhesive on the back of the applique.
Carefully, but quickly apply the applique to the shoe making sure the applique is securely glued.
Once I applied the main floral stem I went ahead and glued the smaller additional flowers as well. I tried to apply the other flowers so they looked like it was one continuous piece.
Give the glue some time to adhere and then start ironing the applique. Following the instructions, carefully iron the applique to ensure maximum adhesion. Be mindful of any beads or sequins as they can't be ironed over.
Once you are sure the iron has fully adhered you can also put a few stitches in to really secure the applique further. Be sure to place the stitches in areas that are kind of hidden so they're not so obvious.
I seriously can't get over these pumps. They're just so fun and actually really sexy I think. When I started planning this DIY I sort of had this idea of how I wanted them to look, and these ended up exactly how I imagined. I'm so happy with them and they are exactly the kind of floral applique shoes I've been wanting.