Then draw a line where your page will end. Position your Framelit where you want your tab to be and mark both inside edges of it, where it crosses the line you drew.
Fancy Wrappers set. They fit so perfectly to my pages. I have taped the die with this post it strip so that it would stay in place while cutting - I sure need that new magnetic platform. But as these dies are so long, they don't fit through the opening of machine this way, so this is what you have to do:
This is what you will get - the crease in the middle can easily be ironed out - I didn't do even that because all my photos and other papers covered that up so that nothing can be seen at all.
This was die cut using the other strip from Fancy Wrappers set.
Pretty cool - isn't it?
Look how nice they look.
This somehow does make a bigger crease, but nothing that you can't smooth out or even iron out.
You can use this technique also for the edges of cards and other projects. You can also use any flowers or other shapes that has an empty middle and a blade on outer edge.
Hope this was helpful!