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Press the 'Home' key to make sure this is above all your other shapes on the page.Keep this line selected and, holding down the Shift key, click on the page underneath it so you've got two objects highlighted with a dashed outline.Click and drag the bottom-right node up and to the left: back over the cut triangle and in front of the page we cut, to get this effect. When Inkscape cut that square, it didn't leave us a "segment" between these two nodes; they're essentially just hanging there and the straight edge that's between them is Inkscape's 'best guess' at how it should look.If we don't join them together with a new segment, we won't be able to make any changes to the shape of this part.There are some basic shape-building and editing skills that you'll need for this tutorial, and we'll be ordering and positioning our image elements to try and give a feeling of depth, without complicating things too much.Here's what we'll be aiming to achieve by the end of the tutorial: Start with a new Inkscape document and switch on the default grid with the # key.Activate the Pen Tool (keyboard button B) and draw a line which runs diagonally across the bottom right of the pad's top page, making sure it extends past both edges.This line will be our cutting tool, so position it where you feel the page curl should start.

Copy (Ctrl and C) and Paste in Place (Ctrl, Alt and V) to create a copy of our rectangle exactly in line with, and on top of, our original.With the Rectangle Tool (R), draw a square which is around 185 pixels in both width and height.In the Fill and Stroke panel (Ctrl, Shift and F to bring it up), set the fill colour to R = 243, G = 249, B = 93.Switch back to the Gradient Tool and drag out a gradient from top-left to bottom-right on our top sticky note to get our nice gradient fill back.Select the bottom corner piece of the note, then switch to the Node Tool (F2).

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