Echo Park Bicycle Bliss Paper from the Summer Bliss Collection is double-sided scrapbook paper designed by Lori Whitlock. One side has an Aqua background with a pattern of clouds and bicycles with pennant banners and baskets of flowers, that run in diagonal rows across the page. Colors include Red, Pink, Yellow, Teal, Orange, and White. The reverse side has a chevron pattern in tone-on-tone Orange. Both sides are slightly distressed. Acid and lignin free. 65 lb. 12 x 12 inch.

Echo Park Bicycle Bliss Paper from the Summer Bliss Collection is double-sided scrapbook paper designed by Lori Whitlock. One side has an Aqua background with a pattern of clouds and bicycles with pennant banners and baskets of flowers, that run in diagonal rows across the page. Colors include Red, Pink, Yellow, Teal, Orange, and White. The reverse side has a chevron pattern in tone-on-tone Orange. Both sides are slightly distressed. Acid and lignin free. 65 lb. 12 x 12 inch.

Love the Sunshine - Echo Park - Summer Bliss Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Birdie Bliss

Love the Sunshine - Echo Park - Summer Bliss Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Birdie Bliss

Echo Park - Summer Bliss Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Summer Fun

Echo Park - Summer Bliss Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Summer Fun

Echo Park - Summer Bliss Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Say Hello at Scrapbook.com $.49

Echo Park - Summer Bliss Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Say Hello at Scrapbook.com $.49

Flowers: No step by step pictures for this (so un-like me) but all I did was cut the fabric in strips, length and width, depending on the size of flower circle I wanted, then I hand sewed a loose stitch along one side and pulled till it gathered, matched the ends up and stitched them into a circle.  I made some smaller ones in contrasting fabric for the middle and used buttons for the center.

Flowers: No step by step pictures for this (so un-like me) but all I did was cut the fabric in strips, length and width, depending on the size of flower circle I wanted, then I hand sewed a loose stitch along one side and pulled till it gathered, matched the ends up and stitched them into a circle. I made some smaller ones in contrasting fabric for the middle and used buttons for the center.

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