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Red White & Blue Recycle 12" Plastic Bag Baby

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Red White & Blue Recycle 12" Plastic Bag Baby
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Handmade wall sculpture from repurposed plastic bags, stuffed with used bubble wrap, held together by tape. Babies represent joie de vivre (joy of life) and all that is precious and wonderful. While no babies were harmed during the creative process, the manufacturing of plastic is a harmful process that is unhealthy to babies and other living things. Please delight in this colorful baby, letting it remind you to reduce the amount of plastic in your life; bring your own bags to the store, use products not packaged in plastic, and recycle what you can. Make art, not waste.
Feature: Diane Kurzyna
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