I used this watercolor Lake Tahoe print to create a large wall hanging for our dining room for less than $30. To do this I printed the image as an engineering print from Staples, which you can read all about in this post. An engineering print is essentially an oversized prints used for line drawings or architectural plans, but they can also be your bff when it comes to creating large wall art. I am including several sizes in this listing ranging from 8 x 10 to 36 x 48 so you can pick and choose which size you want to print.
Be sure to click on the tabs for more details on what is included and how to download.
This is for a digital file only, no physical item will be shipped. Due to the nature of the files, refunds are not available.
I’ve printed this as a large engineering print as well as an 8 x 10 print (on wood canvas from Walgreens) and noticed that the smaller print had a bit more blue in it than the larger size. You can see this from the sample images. I also show the 8 x 10 framed canvas tutorial here.
This listing is for an instant digital download that includes high resolution JPG files in the following sizes (all landscape):
How to Download
Due to the number of options and larger sizes attached to this listing a file is included with the download LINK where you can access the printables, and download them onto your computer. These have been compressed into a zip file that you will need to unzip/decompress first to access the files inside. This will be available to you on the order confirmation details page, and an email will also be automatically sent out within a few minutes of your payment going through. You may need to check your spam/junk folder if you don’t see it, or email me if you haven’t received the email within a couple hours. Please download your files within 72 hours.
You are free to print as many copies as you need and can print from home or send to an online/local print shop. Ink colors can vary greatly depending on the printer used, and may appear different from what you see on screen. For that reason I cannot guarantee that your printer will deliver true-to color results. If you are printing larger than 8 x 10 you may want to look into printing a color “engineering print” from Staples. You can read more about this process in this post.