Move your cursor over one of the Eggs and select it.
A tiny Node will appear above the shape.
Drag this Node downward or to the bottom of the shape to make a Gradient Fill.
Now you can see the Applied Gradients.
When the Egg is selected, you will see a White Square that has a Double Border.
Select it. Go over to the Color Pallete and slect Green.
You'll notice that the Egg now has a 2 Color Gradient of Yellow and Green.
The other way that we can recreate this is by going to the Property Bar: Fountain Fill. There you will see the Yellow Color that we had originally and White right next to it.
The Yellow Color is the First Fill Color and the White Color is the Last Fill Color. Select the down arrow next to White and from this Color Menu you can select Green or any other Color that you choose.
This choosen Color will be applied to the Gradient.
On the Property Bar select the down arrow next to Fill Type. So instead of Linear, you should select Two Color Pattern.
Next to that is the First Fill Color or Pattern Box.
Select the down arrow and pick a Pattern. Try the Second Pattern on the Second Row, just to try it out.
The 2 Colors selected are Front Color Purple and Back Color White. Set the Tile Size to Small.
You'll immediately notice the changes to your object.
It looks pretty cool!
On the first Egg select the Fill Type of Full Color Pattern.
The First Color or Pattern is first on the Second Row and the Small Tile Size is selected.
Let's stop there because there are just so many options and so many things that we can do.
Click on the Pick Tool and select the Green Shape at the bottom of the flyer.
Go to the Arrange Menu > Order > To Front of Page.
This will bring this Layer Above all of the Eggs.
Next we can add the Flyer Title.
The Main Font used in this Easter Egg Hunt Flyer is Advert by Richard Mueller, which was downloaded from FontFreak.
The remaining Text on the Flyer uses the Desyrel Font by Apostrophic Labs.
You can download this Free Font from Fontsquirrel.
For a newly downloaded Font to be usable on your machine, you must first install it. Any Font installed while Corel Draw is open, will not be visible in the Font List.
To correct this, you must first restart the Corel Draw program after Font(s) installation.
For more information on Fonts and how to properly install them, visit the FlyerTutor Blog.
Click on any White area on the page and start typing the Title Text "Easter Egg Hunt".
Hold the mouse down for a second here to see a popout menu of other icons.
the 3 Point Curve Tool at the bottom of the list.
While holding down your mouse button draw a Line Segment that stretches from the left to the right side of the Blue Background. Release it, then drag the cursor upward.
You will see that an Arc begins to form. Release again to make the Arc visible.
The Default Color for this Arc is White.
Move the Arc as close as possible to the White Bunny by adjusting the Handles around it.
Change the Color of this Arc from White to No Outline. Move your cursor over the White Box with the X inside it on the Color Palette.
So the Arc will still be there, you just won't be able to see it.
Go up to the Menu Bar and select Text > Fit Text To Path.
This will put the Easter Text to run along the now Invisible Arc.