i am at heart as lazy as i can be. A couple of years ago i decided that i needed to have some cutouts as my huge yard just looked too empty with just a few blinky blinky lights so I went out and bought a few cutouts that were assembled onto waterproofed mdf. The following year i decided that i needed more and went looking where to find some. There was nothing much available locally so i looked online. I saw a fair few nice images that would look good as cutouts. My next thought was how do i get these from online onto my front lawn. The easy solution that wasn't necessarily the cheapest was to grab some jpgs online (many of these were from royalty free sites ), enlarge the image so they are a few thousand pixels by a few thousand pixels, clean up the image so it doesn't look all blocky and then send it off to local signwriter who digitally printed them for me and bonded it to corflute. Exchanged a few dollars and then went round to a mates place who ran the pics through his scroll saw. I supplied the corflute sheets which were mainly 2'x3' and cost me 50c a sheet at recovery yard attached to local tip. The signwriter charged me maybe $35 per image and the mate whipped them through his saw in a couple minutes each. The corflute pics are meant to last about 10yrs which is about 100 in Xmas years.