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    I posted awhile an image that showed off the giant picture I made for my girls’ room – finally, the tutorial is here! It was so cheap – around $13 (that’s $8 for the print, and another $5 worth of an $11 foam board because you won’t need to use the whole board….) UPDATE Sept …
    January 12, 2012

    Giant print for $18 Office Max, Office Depot just ask for the "Engineer's Print" foam board for the picture Home Depot/Lowes - used to insulate houses $11 for the whole board and you can get a couple of pictures out of it. craft paint to paint the edges black spray glue to stick it down duct tape to hold loops of wire and hooked those over nails

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    • Danielle Penney

      $8 for a large print black and white photo from Office Max its called engineers print! I WANT ONE FOR THE GIRLS ROOMS!!!

    • Nicole Staiti

      For the girls' room - Large photo (3' x 4') printed at an office supply store - ask for the "engineer's print" - (usually about 8.00). Attach w/ spray adhesive to a foam board.

    • Jen Belew

      giant picture tutorial - engineer print on foam board {sugar bee crafts} I want to do this for my girls rooms

    • Betty Dyck

      Giant Picture - tutorial! @Marla Landreth Landreth Landreth Coumerilh This would rock on your gallery wall we made and in the girl's room! I want for my stair area. Super easy. Spray glue, paint for edges, "engineer print"

    • Julia W

      Giant Picture - tutorial! This would rock on your gallery wall we made and in the girl's room! I want for my stair area. Super easy. Spray glue, paint for edges, "engineer print" from Office Max or Depot $8, foam board Lowes $11. Let's do this ASAP! Need 2 peeps to lay the print down to keep wrinkles away. :) $21

    • Crystal Claire

      Soo need to do this for my girls room! How make a giant picture for Crazy Cheap! Buy a sheet of insulation foam from home depot for about $11- then take your photo via thumb drive or CD to office depot and ask them for their biggest engineer print. (I think it's like 3ft.X4ft.!) $8. Then spray adhesive the photo to the board and craft paint the edges!! You can get two uses out of the foam board- so your total cost is only about $11

    • Rhonda J Allen

      DIY a large picture for your home. I can't wait to do this for the girls room!

    • Nicole Pelletier

      large photo crafts

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