Print it again!
I have been working on easy projects that look awesome, and won't break the budget, all based on rather difficult projects that require a lot of learning.
So here is the first in my set: Woodblock Printing.
First come up with an idea you'd like to see repeated. I like doodling while watching Phelps kick some butt! At least that's my excuse for this badly done piece.
Here is a good tutorial for getting an image you like down to just black and white: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/stencilling_tutorial
You can do this with multiple colors, as well! Just more pieces of foam and more acrylic paint.
I used black foam to help me remember that what's sticking up is going to have ink on it. I drew out the simplified design with a white pastel pencil and then cut it out with a VERY sharp exacto knife. Dull will not work. Use the knife to help peel off pieces of foam. Don't worry if some of the foam board comes off.
Then I used a foam roller to spread my ink on evenly. You don't need a roller, but as a former printmaking student I needed it.
Use some good paper, or have the final image ready for binding in a book! Use all forty sheets and tell a story without words! (An awesome book about story wood cuts can be found at your local Books a Million in the comic book section. I do not have it as it's about $35, but I'm so getting it!)