Who said you couldn't be the Valentine?
I wont lie to you- you're going to spend several hours, cutting out cirlces- burning them and then sewing them into little flowers. But the overall effect is so worth it.
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That's the hard long painful part! After that its super easy. If you're lazy- don't plan on ever washing it or wearing it more than once you could probably cheat and glue them on using a hot glue gun but if you want something more stable than get out your needle and thread.
This time use a thread that matches the color of your bodice.
The great thing about bustiers is that they are double layers. This will make it super easy to sew on without a mess on the back.
Start by placing your needle on the top of your bodice and run it through the top layer only of your bodice.
Make sure the entire time you are sewing on your flowers you are only sewing through the top layer of your bustier and you'll have a clean finish with no threads or knots in the back. This takes virturally no time at all compared to all the time you spent making flowers but in all you'll probably spend a good 5 + hours on this project. So worth it though right?