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THIS MONTH’S WINNER

Jodie Hoffmann, from Walla Walla, NSW, for her Make Your Own Baby Storybook project:

“When I saw the instructions for the Bearhug and Honeybun book by Sedef Imer in the January 2017 issue (Vol 18 No 1), I knew

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