Figuring it would be best to experiment with the simplest solution first, I\nbought a can of 3M Spray Adhesive at Orchard Supply and tried it as a means\nof attaching an inkjet photo to a cardboard back. It works really well.\nNow I'm using foam board backs (2'x3' pieces cost about a dollar) and that\nworks great too. Here's what I do:\n\n1. Completely cover the kitchen table with a collapsed cardboard box\n2. Cut the backing to size using an Exacto knife. The foam board is best\ncut using 2 or 3 strokes.\n3. Spray the entire backing with the 3M adhesive\n4. Put the picture on the backing and scootch it around to fit properly.\nThe adhesive takes about 15 seconds to cure; during this time you can move\nthe picture around.\n5. Use a clean baking roller (the one I have is wood, but I'm sure metal or\nplastic would work just as well) to roll out any bumps in the print.\n\nMy prints are almost all 8 x 10, but I have a number of 12x36 panoramas I\nwant to do. My printer is Epson an 1280 and all the prints are on Epson\nglossy photo paper.