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  • Trish

    Giant picture tutorial from Sugar Bee crafts. "Engineers print" from Office Max or Office Depot, foam board from Home Depot, total $13! Photos can only be printed in black and white...

  • Jenny Childs

    Sugar Bee Crafts: Giant Picture - tutorial! - CRAZY affordable way to make large prints!

  • Alicia Daniels

    Giant photo - super easy/cheap. Buy engineer print from local photo store... like $6-$8, large foam board from lowes/home depot. cut to size with exacto knife. spray adhesive, have someone help you lay picture on top as perfectly as possible. duct tape wire/string hooks to back, hang on wall.

  • Heather Elseth

    Staples will do "engineer prints" of a photo for $4.99! Plus $11 for foam board...Can also get a cheap print from a store and do the same for a longer lasting picture.

  • Alicia Alexander

    DIY cheap giant wall photo! ~$ 8 for an engineer print at Staples and $ 11 for foam board. fast and simple

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