Let me start by saying that I have searched this forum and do see bits and pieces of what I need in various posts, and so apologize for repetition, but wanted to take a shot to get advice in one place on the process I'm trying. To teach my kids about analog photography, I bought a 4 x 5 wide-angle pinhole camera, some Adox (Efke) 25, and some D76 (along with stop bath and fixer) and after some trial and error and advice from other APUG forums, I finally have negatives that I like. Now what? I don't have an enlarger, and am not in the market for one. I bought some Ilford 2 and Ilford 3 in 5x7 sheets and developer listed as compatible (though I don't recall now what it is). I also have a frame. My thought was to frame the 4 x 5 negative precisely in the frame against the 5 x 7 paper (leaving trimming for later); chemical disposal is an issue for me, and my output is very light, so I don't want to fill trays big enough for 8 x 10, at least not for now. Is this a decent plan or should I ditch the frame and put the negative and paper under glass? Also, what about a bulb for exposure? I've read that a frosted night light about a yard from the paper works. Does this seem right? Anyone have more specific specs on the bulb? What about drying the prints? A dryer is not in the cards. Though it seems beyond imbecilic now, I once tried drying negatives between pages of a phonebook. I won't do that again, but inasmuch as prints are not irreplaceable, I am willing to try that with the prints. Is this stupid again? Any other advice? Thanks in advance.