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Have to do an enlargement project and enlarge an everyday item by 10 times it original size. Part of grade is level of difficulty so do not want to do something simple. Older sister did a lego piece. Need some good ideas on a item and am stumped!

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    Not something simple.

    egg

    loaf of bread

    stamp

    tooth brush

    eyelash

    contact lens

    barrette

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