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    I have a small "JOY" Christmas display sign that I would like to enlarge. Is there a way to use this as a pattern and at the same time make it larger?

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  • #2
    i'm not sure on enlarging the pattern, but you can go to winfield collection. they have a very similar pattern and it comes full size. they have other outside yard art as well. you might want to check them out.
    here is a link to the same exact pattern on their website.

    http://www.thewinfieldcollection.com...ativies_Angels

    I order from them and their service is great. fast shipping. . hope this helps.
    Have a great day..Teddy

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    • #3
      This pattern is available in a number of variations, sizes and prices. Unless you already know how to resize something like this, it will probably be a lot less frustrating to just pay for a pattern than to try to enlarge it yourself.

      Do a google search on "outdoor joy nativity pattern" and you'll get a lot of options.

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      • #4
        Just run your pattern through Posterazor. You can make it any size you like.
        Free down load and super simple.
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