The Node will be moved higher than the other Nodes on this Line Segment.
Select the Left Node. Set its Y Coordinate to 3.2 Inches.
This Node will be moved lower than the other Nodes on this Line Segment.
On the Tools Control Bar select the Make Selected Nodes Smooth Icon.
The Line Segment Curves.
Set the Y Coordinate of the 2nd Node of this Line Segment to 4.7 Inches and make its X Coordinate 2.6 Inches.
Drop the Y Coordinate of the 3rd Node on this Line Segment to 4.3 Inches.
Select the 3 Middle Nodes again and click the Make Selected Nodes Auto Smooth Icon.
Now we have a new Custom Shape.
Another way to create a Duplicate would be to go to the Menu Bar and select Edit > Duplicate.
A third way would be to select the Duplicate Selected Objects Icon from the Commands Bar.
Even though its not easy to see, know that your Duplicates have been created.
They have been placed behind the Original Shape. Move 2 of the shapes away from each other.
Change the Fill and Stroke Color of the First Duplicate to White. Set the Second to Black. Use the Color Palette at the bottom.
This places the White Shape below the other 2 Shapes.
Next select the Black Shape.
Click the Lower Selection to Bottom Icon.
The Black Shape becomes the Bottom Layer.
Draw a Circle on the page.
The Circle has 3 Nodes (2 Squares Nodes for adjusting Height and Width and a Circle Node to create the End Points for an Arc or Segment).
Click the Select Tool, and set the Circle's Width to 2.96 Inches.
The Circle will have the Last Colors used for Fill and Stroke. So in this case, that Color will be Black. Change the Fill to White.
Select the Fill and Stroke Icon from the Command Bar.
This opens the Fill and Stroke Docker.
You will see Tabs for Fill, Stroke Paint and Stroke Style.
Select the Stroke Style Tab.
Set the Width to 0.06 Inches and hit your Enter Key to see the change.
Create 3 Duplicates of this Circle.
Change the size of one of the Duplicates to 2.02 Inches.
Set its Stroke to 0.05 Inches.
Place this Circle in between the larger two.
Set the Last Duplicate's Size to 2.3 Inches, with a Maroon Fill.
Place it in the desired location on the Flyer.
Next we can add Images to the Flyer.
The Clip Art is called Lots of Yoga Poses.
When you go to the Clker website to download this Image, click on the SVG Link below the Image so that you can save the SVG Format of the file.
Once the Image has been downloaded, you will need to place it into the Yoga Flyer.
This will open the Select File to Import Window.
Locate the File that you wish to insert in the document, select it and click Open.
This file will be large and will completely cover the Yoga Flyer.
Go to the bottom right corner of the window and click the Down Arrow on the Zoom Box until you can see the Arrows that surround the Image.
Move your cursor over one of the Corner Arrows, hold your Left Mouse button and your Ctrl Key and drag inward until the Image is more manageable.