Go back to the Bitmap Menu and select Blur > Gaussian Blur.
This opens the Gaussian Blur Window.
Set the Radius to 20 then click OK.
Duplicate this shape.
Recreate a smaller White Rectangle and place inside each of the Red Rectangles.
Set Width to 1.55" and Height to 1.7".
Then set Corner Roundness to 0.258".
Create a Duplicate of this shape and place on top of the other Red Rectangle.
Draw another Rectangle with the following Dimensions - Width 3.55" and Height 3.8".
Set its Corner Roundness to 0.6".
Set its Fill and Outline Color to our already used Green.
Repeat the process to set the Gaussian Blur.
Draw another White Rectangle to place above the Green Rectangle setting Width to 3.25" and Height to 3.5".
Set Corner Roundness to 0.55".
Starting with the White Teddy Bear, go to the Menu Bar and select File > Import.
This opens the Import Window.
Browse to where you saved the file.
Select it and then click Import on the bottom right of the window.
You will see the Image Name along with some more details about the image next to your cursor.
Click anywhere on the screen to place the Image.
With the image selected, click the Shape Tool Icon on the Toolbox.
The 8 Black Square Handles around your Image will change to 4 Nodes.
Select a Node and drag Inwards toward the Image without cutting off any part of it and then release.
Continue to move each Node where necessary.
Select the White Bear and change the Scale Factor of the Image setting both the Width and Height to 60%.
You may be wondering what's the difference if the Background of the Image is White anyway?
Let's just say it will be slightly easier to work with one Image over the other.
Place the newly Cropped Image in the White Box.
Repeat the steps to add the other 2 Images, Crop them and place them where they need to be.
Set the Scale Factor for the Gray Bear to 65% and the Image of the 2 Bears to 120%.
On the Toolbox, select the Basic Shapes Tool.
On the Tool Controls Bar you'll see what looks like a Parallelogram. Click on the Down Arrow on the right and select the Heart Icon from the menu that appears.
While holding down your Ctrl key, draw a Heart on the screen, this gives you a Proportional Image.
On the Tool Controls Bar set its Width and Height to 0.6". Create a Duplicate and move into place on the flyer. Adjust the dimensions of the 2nd Duplicate to Width and Height 0.4".
Create 3 Duplicates and move them into place on the flyer.
Adjust the dimensions of the 3rd Duplicate to Width and Height 0.2" and place on the flyer.
Place 4 Hearts on the Red Layer.
Set their Width and Height to 0.3".
Repeat the steps to apply Color, set the Hearts on the White Background to Solid Red and the Hearts on the Red Background to Solid White.
You can set each Heart's Color one by one, or hold down the Shift Key and select each Heart that you need to apply the change to.
You can also drag your Cursor over all the Hearts you wish to select at once, just be careful not to select any other shapes.
Then set the White Hearts.
Next we will apply Text to the Flyer, starting with the Gradient Filled Title.
For the New Product Flyer Title, Address and Product Name, the Font used is Not Mary Kate by Nick's Fonts, which was downloaded from FontSpace.com.
If you want to view more of Nick's Fonts check out his website at www.nicksfonts.com.
For the remaining text I used a Font called Gabrielle. It can be downloaded from FontFreak.com and is designed by Dieter Steffmann.
(Note for a newly downloaded Font to be usable on your machine, you must first Install it. Any Font installed while Corel Draw is open, will not be visible in the Font List. To correct this, you will have to restart the Corel Draw program after Font(s) installation.)
When you see this, it means that you are on the Edge of the Layer. Click there and start typing 'New Products'.
OK, so the Text appears Upside Down.
This can be easily remedied.