The Image now faces the other direction.
Once you've selected the Text Box, click it again to make the Dashed Line a Solid one.
So when you Copy and Paste there will be a Duplicated Text Box that contains an Image.
In the Adjust Group, select Artistic Effects.
A drop down menu appears with Preformatted Artistic Effects.
Select the Photocopy Effect on the bottom row.
The Effect is now added to the Image.
Within the same Adjust Group, select the Color Icon.
The Color Menu has options for Color Saturation (how vivid the color is), Color Tone (color greyed down / grey added to color), and Recolor (color differently).
Select the 4th Option which is Washout from the 1st Row of the Recolor Section.
This makes the Image appear White.
In the Arrange Group, select the Send Backward Icon.
This sends the Text Box with the White Image behind the Text Box with the Black Image.
Move the White Bunny up so that it appears to be about 1/2 Inch higher than 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.
Repeat the Steps to insert the Easter Basket beside the Bunny.
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 Custom Tab (used for creating Custom Colors) will be active.
Select the Standard Tab.
Choose a Color and click OK to add it to the Shape.
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 opens the Format Shape Window for which the Fill Tab will be active.
Instead of Solid Fill, you should select the Pattern Fill option.
The Window will now show various options for Pattern Fills, including the means to change both Foreground and Background Colors.
You can select any Pattern Fill that you'd like.
I've used Dark Horizontal (row 6) for Egg 1.
You don't have to close the Format Shape Window. Just select the next Egg and repeat the process.
The Pattern Fill Egg 2 (row 3) is Diagonal Brick.
Egg 3 (row 6) is 90%.
Egg 4 (row 5) is Trellis.
Egg 5 (row 6) is Large Confetti.
And now you have your very own Pattern Filled Easter Eggs.