This Flips the Image from Left to Right.
Use your Arrow Keys to adjust the Bunny's location in relation to the Basket.
In the Recolor Gallery that appears select More Variations.
This opens the Recolor Picture Window.
Click the down arrow next to Color and select White from the Scheme Colors Section.
Then click Apply and OK to see the change to the Image.
The White Bunny will be placed behind the Black Bunny. Use your Arrow Keys to move the White Bunny slightly above the Black Bunny.
To add more White Space behind the ear of the Black Bunny, since we are unable to edit the Points for the Image, as we are able to do in programs like Inkscape and Adobe Illustrator, create another White Duplicate of the Bunny.
Drag it to the Left of the Black Bunny so that you can fill in this area.
It's in no way perfect but it is better than what was there.
While drawing the Oval hold down your Ctrl Key and drag downward or upward to make an elongated shape that looks more like the shape of an Egg.
Create a few Duplicates of this Shape and place them below the Black Bunny.
Color each shape a specific Color.
You can get some brighter Colors for these Easter Eggs by selecting More Fill Colors from the Shape Fill Menu.
This opens the Colors Window.
The Standard Tab will be active.
The Custom Tab is used for creating your own Custom Colors.
The Pantone Tab is used to add Pantone Colors.
In the Standard Tab choose a Color and click OK to add it to the Shape. Repeat for each Egg.
When setting the Shape Outline, instead of selecting More Outline Colors, just choose your Color from the Recent Color Section of the Color Menu.
Now you have some beautiful Colors applied to the Easter Eggs.
This will open the Fill Effects Window with an active Pattern Tab.
Select Horizontal Brick from the 4th Row, and click OK.
Here's the Pattern Fill added to Egg.
Repeat for the other Eggs, choosing your own Pattern selections or the ones used on this flyer.
Egg 2 - Wide Upward Diagonal (row 6)
Egg 3 - 90% (row 6)
Egg 4 - Dasher Vertical (row 4)
Egg 5 - Plaid (row 6)
And now you have your very own Pattern Filled Easter Eggs.
Move your Cursor over this Handle, and when the Cursor changes to a Rotation Arrow, hold down your mouse button and move to the Left or Right of the Object.
Duplicate a few of the Eggs to put in the Basket and in the Bunny's Paw. First make these Duplicates smaller. Set the Size of the Eggs for the Basket to Height to 0.5 Inch and 0.35 Inch.
As these Objects are very small, you'll notice that when they are selected, no Rotation Handle is visible.
In this instance you would select the Rotate Icon > More Rotation Options.
This opens the Format AutoShape Window with the Size Tab active.
Set your Rotation Degrees and click OK.
Repeat for the other 2 Eggs changing the Degrees slightly.
With that you've completed the Background for the Easter Egg Hunt Flyer and can now move on to adding Text.