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1  Ryan in CHALLENGE 6 ENTRIES by kurtsgal on: October 06, 2005 04:53:08 PM
This is just a really simple collage.  I read the challenge topic and started taking pamphlets that I would not ordinarily take ( ie pamphlets about breastfeeding, making your own baby food, etc ) from the library I hang out at after school ( that's why a lot of the background peices say "Orange County" and such on them ).  I made my collage and in the process asked my 8-year-old brother what the drawing in the center looked like to make sure you could tell it was a baby.  He guessed that it was himself when he was little, so I decided to name my collage after him.

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