Build professional looking PCBs at home using the easy and cheap method. This is not my idea rather this concept belongs to "simpletronic".
The basic idea is to use rubbing alcohol and acetone to transfer the image from glossy paper to copper clad and then etch it using ferric chloride.
I have tried many ways to build PCBs but this approach is the cheapest, fastest and best quality and could be utilized to build even PCBs for SMD components.
Since the steps are already provided in the below link to develop PCB using this approach, so I will not be duplicating my efforts to rewrite same here. Use below link to visit and learn how to develop PCBs using the "Heatless (cold) Toner Transfer"