Select a Green Color for this bottom shape. Try the 2nd column, 5th Row. The RGB Color Values for this color would be R 0 G 153 B 51.
Just clicking on the Color one time will change the Fill Color of the shape.
If you Right Click over the same color, you will also change the Outline Color of the shape.
When you select a Color the expanded Color Palette remains open. Just click anywhere in the document to close it.
The Blue Color selected is the 9th from the bottom of the Color Palette. Its RGB Values are R 102 G 153 B 255.
Set the Outline Color to this as well for the first shape.
Now you have the colored background for this Corel Draw Easter Egg Hunt Flyer.
This will open the Import Window where you can browse to locate the Image that you wish to place in the flyer.
So here, select the Black Bunny, and click Import.
Notice that you see information about the Image, it's Name, Height and Width next to your cursor.
Drop the Image on the page by clicking once.
The Black Bunny is placed with the Resizing Handles. You'll see that it's very small. I recommend that you download the SVG Format of this file.
This ensures that when the Image is made bigger, Image Quality will not be affected. You will also be able to Edit the Image, by changing its Color or Shape, and more.
Drag your cursor over the entire Image then go up to the Menu Bar and select Arrange > Group so that it all becomes One Image.
With the Image still selected let's flip it from left to right by clicking on the Mirror Horizontally Icon that's found on the Property Bar: Shape.
Place the Image in the right spot on the flyer.
Next Import the Basket and set a Scale Factor of 500%.
You can also do this by going to the Menu Bar and selecting Edit > Duplicate.
The Duplicate will appear in front of the Original Image.
Since the Image is all Black it's going to be hard to tell.
Let's change the Color of this Duplicate to White, changing both Fill and Outline Color.
Next Scale the White Bunny to 105% by changing the Scale Factor.
To do this, select the White Bunny then go to the Menu Bar and select Arrange > Order > Behind.
A Black Arrow will appear on the screen basically asking which object you would like to place the White Bunny behind.
So select the Black Bunny and immediately the White Bunny is placed behind it.
Move the White Bunny up so that it appears to be about 1/2 Inch higher than the Black Bunny.
Since we're unable to change the Nodes for this shape create another Duplicate of the White Bunny.
Drag it to the Left so that you can fill in the area behind the Bunny's Ears.
To do this, select the Egg and then click once more over it to reveal the Rotation and Skewing Handles.
The Rotation Handles are located on the 4 Corners of the object. Place you cursor over any one of them and gently drag the Image to the left or the right and then move on to the other 2.
Move the Eggs slightly upward and over the rim of the Basket giving the appearance that they are actually on the inside of it.
Draw 1 Larger Oval below the Bunny and then create 4 Duplicates.
Place them in different spots along a Horizontal Line. Rotate each Egg so that it looks different from the rest.
Choose different Colors for each Egg as well.