When combining or editing embroidery designs, always, always, always save a working file.
I removed the egg and some of the carrot accents using Embrilliance.
Editing a Design in Embrilliance
When you change a design, whether it be to add to it, add text, or delete parts, save the design with another name. That keeps your original design safe for future use.
Use the Save the Working File As tool and give the design a new name.
Open the new file. It will have a BE extension on the end of the file name.
Edit as you like and, when you are satisfied, use the Save as Stitch and Working option.
What is the Difference Between Stitch and Working Files?
A stitch file has an extension of your embroidery machine. Mine is VP3. The BE file is the working file, meaning that you can still manipulate parts of the design if desired.
When I changed the Carrot Bunny hoop size, the carrot was too close to the hoop on the bottom and the bunny was too close to the hoop on the top. When you click on the VP3 file to open, the designs are combined. I could move the set up, down, left or right but not each individual part of the design. If all I had was the edited VP3 file, I would have to start all over again merging the two images and making the edits.
By opening the BE file, both the bunny and the carrot can be selected individually.
Now, I can move the carrot up a bit and move the bunny down a bit. When edits are made, use the Save as Stitch and Working option. That way, you can still make changes to the BE file in the future if you so desire.