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Staples does oversized prints called "engineer prints." The largest size is 3' x 4', and they cost only $4.99!!

DIY Split-Photo Wall Decor - under $10 (for a photo split into two). (Add about $1.50 for each additional "split".)

Staples will do engineer prints of a photo for $8. Glue on foam board and youre ready to go! My sister did this... hanging over her fireplace super cute" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

How to make your pictures into huge wall art for pennies!

Oversized Poster Tutorial (Easiest Tutorial Ever!)

transfer images to canvas, pillows, or furniture - what great gifts this could make!

We're Decorating with pictures using Engineer Prints over with @Capturingthemoments photography Joy with Kristen Duke Photography today for her #DecoratingwithPictures series! #EngineerPrints #ontheblog #Pictures

Personalized Mile Marker Would love one of these for my back porch!

Orajel will stop mosquito bites from itching immediately. -- Must remember this... camping season is getting close! - ruggedthug

OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!! Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!

Wall art on pallet; you could use a thin white/grey wash and a stencil of a tree...or anything, really

Now I know what to do with the scraps from her new quilt I made!!!

Genius! Cut an inexpensive Target duvet cover in half to make curtains. It’s already two layers, so the curtains will be “lined” and not too sheer. @ Do It Yourself Remodeling Ideas

Giant Photo Booth Pictures- go online to Staples, upload photos and order the 18x24 engineering print for $1.97 each! Would be cute for kids pictures! Totally doing this :)

Fathers day gift?

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simple idea for cords

Tobacco Lath Ladders I want these!!! Large Wide - 4'H x 12"W $13.99

I've been looking into this Sharpie+mug+350 degrees craft and it looks as though many people have been experiencing fading or the colors coming off altogether. Therefore, I would like to share this blogger's page. She explains to the tee how she cooked her mug at 425 for 30 minutes and then left the mug to cool in the oven. The results: a permanent cup at last! Check this out!