She went through magazines and cut out pictures of babies. Then she went through more magazines and cut out JUST THE FACES (without hair or necks etc...just from above the eyebrows to below the mouth, cheek to cheek) of lots of different famous people. She used everyone from political figures to movie stars and models to historical figures who've long since passed away.
Then she took the famous faces and pasted them on top of the babies' faces (she had to match them up size-wise to accomplish this), and taped them up all around her house on the walls. It took her quite some time and preparation to do all this. To describe it more, the babies' facial features were replaced by the famous person's, but you still saw the babies' neck, ears, hair etc.
At the shower, guests were invited to walk around and write down the names of as many as they could identify. Whoever got the most right wins.
If you get a good variety of famous people's faces, it's surprisingly difficult to do. Since some guests will have interests in things like politics, and history, and others in the Hollywood scene, it's a good idea to draw from many different magazines for this game. ...and having them pasted on baby bodies makes it especially amusing. It was a real hit!
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