Click in any White Area to deselect the Images.
Select and move the Images needed for this Flyer closer together.
You can Delete the remaining Images.
Select all 3 Images and give them a Black Fill instead of Blue.
Place each Image in a Circle.
The Image faces the opposite direction.
Repeat for the Image on the Right.
Use the Scaling Arrows and your Ctrl Key to Resize the Images proportionally.
Now you can start adding Text to the Flyer.
The Advert Font was downloaded from FontFreak and created by Richard William Mueller.
The Desyrel Font was downloaded from FontSquirrel and created by Apostrophic Labs.
The Last Font is a System Font called Arial.
For a newly downloaded Font to be usable on your machine, you must first install it.
Any Font installed while Inkscape is open, will not be visible in the Font List.
To correct this, you must first restart the Inkscape Program after Font(s) Installation. For more information on Fonts and how to properly install them, visit the FlyerTutor Blog.
Click anywhere on the page and type "Yoga Class".
Double click over the word "Yoga" to select it.
Go up to the Text Tool Control Bar.
Click the Down Arrow on the Font Family List and scroll up to find the Advert Font and select it.
Right next to the Font Family Box is the Font Size Box. Type in 125 and hit your Enter Key.
Next highlight the word "Class", set its Font to Arial and Size to 110.
Then make it Bold by selecting the Bold Icon next to the Font Size Box.
Give the "Yoga" Text a Maroon Fill. Then select both words and give them a White Stroke.
This opens a Drop Shadow Window with settings for Blur, Opacity and Offset.
You can check the Live Preview Box to see a Preview of the Drop Shadow.
Set Blur to 2.0, Opacity to 80%, Horizontal Offset to 8 and Vertical Offset to 8. Click the Apply Button.
You don't only see the Drop Shadow, but also the White Stroke is now visible.
You see what this does for the Flyer.
There you have created an eyecatching Yoga Flyer with Inkscape.
All that's left to do is Save.
This opens the Select File to Save To Window.
Here you'll give your file a Name and click the Save Button.
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