Draw a square that's the same size as the napkin pattern (i.e 6.1 inches, leaving space for a 0.2 inch border), in the bottom left hand corner of a wooden board, adding the width of the border around the frame (1 inch), in other words, a square with approximately 7.8 inch sides, then add a second identical square next to it. Draw a reindeer antler onto a sheet (ok, it's in a cartoon style, you're right). When you are happy with your drawing, transfer it onto the wooden board, above the second square, (apparently it's prettier if you leave a 1 to 1.5 inch margin around the picture). Do this in two places, turning the paper antler around when you transfer the design for the second time. In the end, I chose to round the bottom borders of the frame on one of the squares (when this square is cut out, you'll give the same rounded shape to the other square).