I have printed off the Autumn Ian (I do quite a few to a page saves on printing more later) roughly about the scale of the rubber version so they will line up. (you will have to play with your own page/printer settings but there should be a way to edit you picture size) Simply take a ruler to your rubber to get the size.
Now you want to eye ball the image to be central where the die will cut. SO... while holding the die Mark the top central point. Remove die and Measure from the chin to the mark you've created. Jot this measurement down as you will need it for all of your pages.
Lay the die in position and secure with a little low tack tape or de-tack on your clothes (or the palm of your hand gets rid of a good amount of sticky). Then cut with your die cut machine.
Simply erase any pencil marks and your first page is ready.
Line up the ruler centrally as before and measure from the chin to the top of the die and draw pencil guides. Hope you can see I have '0' on the chin and I have measured from this point to above the head and a centre mark below the feet... just like in the first page.
Tape the die in position you should be able to use the same pieces of tape LOL and cut out. Continue with all your pages.
You will also need to cut a front and back to your flip book. I have applied double sided adhesive sheet to the back of my patterned paper before cutting and I will adhere it to some cereal box card so it's good and strong. Next have some fun colouring in your images.
Here I have made a jig to guide where I want the holes for my ribbon. I have simply cut a scrap of paper the same size as my pages and marked where I think the holes will go.
So... you should have the backing, the pages and the front cover all punched and they should line up with each other.
Woo hoo only an week and Santa's on his way, tee hee hope you're all excited and ready for the festivities! Kelly should be gracing us with her talent tomorrow on Club Anya and there's something special to watch for starting at the greeting farm blog too! BiG HuGs Kim :)