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How to blow up a picture from a newspaper? Christmas present for my dad- please help:)?

How to blow up a picture from a newspaper? Christmas present for my dad- please help:)? Topic: Newspaper framed articles
July 18, 2019 / By Duff
Question: My dad was the number one player on his high school tennis team from 1970-1973 and he is very proud of it. He and his team were published in the local paper various times, and I know we have a few of those pictures and articles clipped from the papers saved in photo albums. What I would like to do is have one of these pictures blown up so I could frame it and hang it on a wall somewhere in the house. Is there any place I could go to have this done? The picture is in sepia and was published in the early 70's, so I can't do it myself. If you know a place that could do this, please let me know! Thank you so much and happy holidays everyone :)
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Brooke Brooke | 9 days ago
Kinko's, your local Walgreens, Office Max, or Office Depot. All have great photo centers and all you have to do is tell them what you want and they'll do it.
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Brooke Originally Answered: How to blow up a picture from a newspaper? Christmas present for my dad- please help:)?
Kinko's, your local Walgreens, Office Max, or Office Depot. All have great photo centers and all you have to do is tell them what you want and they'll do it.
Brooke Originally Answered: How to blow up a picture from a newspaper? Christmas present for my dad- please help:)?
I'v just started making really cool 18 x 24 posters. I'm a regular user here on yahoo answers and just stumbled over your question. Take a look at some of the things we've just done. Do you have a few photos of your dad taken during 1970-1973? http://phoenix.craigslist.org/wvl/tag/15... Maybe we can help you do something else? Now for the sepia photo. I don't know what shops you have near where you live. Start out with taking it to a photo enhancement studio and have the details refreshed. Then digitize the picture so it can be cleaned up perfectly. Take that cleaned up digital file to a Kinkos or similar place. Another thing is if you email the cleaned up version to me I might be able to make you a large killer poster for your dad. email [email protected]

Aimery Aimery
I'v just started making really cool 18 x 24 posters. I'm a regular user here on yahoo answers and just stumbled over your question. Take a look at some of the things we've just done. Do you have a few photos of your dad taken during 1970-1973? http://phoenix.craigslist.org/wvl/tag/15... Maybe we can help you do something else? Now for the sepia photo. I don't know what shops you have near where you live. Start out with taking it to a photo enhancement studio and have the details refreshed. Then digitize the picture so it can be cleaned up perfectly. Take that cleaned up digital file to a Kinkos or similar place. Another thing is if you email the cleaned up version to me I might be able to make you a large killer poster for your dad. email [email protected]
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Aimery Originally Answered: Girlfriend christmas present help. need experts! haha?
Go to your local craft store and buy the following: earring hooks, beads, needle nose pliers, chocolate mold, small gift box, medium gift box and tissue paper. Go to your local supermarket and buy: cooking chocolate, cream. total cost: $20 chop the cooking chocolate and put into a saucepan. Pour in some cream then set on stove on low heat and stir gently until fully melted. Pour into chocolate mold and put into fridge. Google "How to make your own earrings". There are thousands of step by step guides that are VERY easy to follow. You can make her a pair of custom designed earrings in her favourite colour beads. Fill the gift boxes with tissue paper, leaving a little hanging over the sides. Put the earrings into the small box, and when set, pop out the chocolates and put them into the medium box. Cover lightly with the tissue paper hanging over the sides of the boxes and put lids on. Put chocolate box back into fridge until ready to give her.
Aimery Originally Answered: Girlfriend christmas present help. need experts! haha?
hmm well if she is a lot like you then this one should be easy, but you could look at what she wears and then go shopping ask her friends if there is something they have heard her talk about that she really wants. you could always go and get a promise ring if you guys have been dating a while, but with earings make sure she isnt allergic to metals

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