Using the Rectangle Tool again, draw a Rectangle that completely covers the page, including the 2 shapes.
Set its Fill Color to something different so that you are able to distinguish between the 2 layers.
Now we will send this layer behind the first by changing the order.
On the Menu Bar select Arrange > Order > To Back of Page.
Select both Blue Shapes. Do this by selecting 1 then hold down the Shift Key and select the other.
We will merge these 2 shapes together so that they become 1 shape.
On the Menu Bar select Arrange > Shaping > Weld.
Drag the cursor over the entire page to again select both layers.
Go back to the Shaping Menu and this time select Back Minus Front.
Your New Shape should look something like this one.
Select this new layer and repeat Step 06 to create a Duplicate.
We will break this shape apart by going to the Menu Bar and selecting Arrange > Break Curve Apart.
Now you'll be able to freely move each piece around.
Remember to change the Color so that it will be easier for you to spot which layer you are working with.
Move the Top Shape directly above the back layer.
Do the same for the Bottom Shape.
Select both shapes, and repeat Step 09 to set order, sending them to Back of Layer.
Then using the Arrow Keys on your keyboard, move the shape downward until it is in the desired location on the flyer.
Click any white area to deselect both shapes, then reselect the Bottom Shape and move upward to desired location.
Notice there is still some white space separating the 2 layers at the corner.
To remedy this, select the Shape Tool, then click on the 2nd layer and drag the Blue Triangular Handle upward to meet the top layer.
Repeat this for the shape at the bottom of the page but select the Blue Square Handle instead and drag downward toward the 1st layer.
To open the Color Docker go up to the Menu Bar and select Window > Dockers > Color.
The Color Docker will appear on the right side of the screen.
Click on the down arrow to the right of CMYK and change to RGB.
Then click on the New Color on the top left of the Color Docker to apply to shape.
You can also select the Fill and Outline buttons at the bottom of the Docker.
Set the top layer to our Green Color - R to 153, G to 204 and B to 153.
Then select Fill and Outline.
To Round the Corners of this Rectangle, select the Round Corner Icon on the Tools Controls Bar.
Make sure that the Edit Corners Together Icon is also selected, then set the Corner Radius to 0.5".
Now you can set the Fill and Outline Color of the Rectangle by selecting the Red Color that was already used.
If you look at the bottom of the screen you will see a Color Palette called the Document Palette.
It shows all the Previously Used Colors within the document, this way you dont have the trouble of re-entering all those color values again.
With the Rectangle selected, go up to the Menu Bar and select Bitmaps > Convert to Bitmap.
A Convert to Bitmap Window appears.