Using my Gypsy, I chose the card and sized it to 3.25 high x 6.93 wide. The card has rounded edges, and since I wanted to make a post it note holder, I didn't want that round corner in the middle (it looks like a triangle in the picture below) so I also choose a rectangle from that same cartridge, and sized it to 3.25 high. I used the rectangle to cover the round edge in the middle of the card:
Then I selected both, grouped and welded them. Here is the preview:
You can see the red line shows that it will now cut in a straight line.
I cut the shift decorative layer (medallion/frame) at 2.25 inches. I placed that layer over the cut out on the front of the card. It looked like this:
I had to use tiny scissors to cut all the little parts that you could see. I did this on two of the post it note holders (the ones in the very top photo) then I tried something easier!!
I cut the snowflake off the base card file --
-- and covered it with a square that I rounded the edges:
This is what the front looks like:
Instead of seeing the color of the post it notes inside, you see the back of the patterned paper, which in this case is white. I think it looks just as good!
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