PHOTOS: Cubs pride pops up on lawns across Chicagoland

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Cubs fans are showing their pride in a big way, and WGN Traffic Reporter Sarah Jindra has seen it from SkyCam9.

Spotted in Lombard, a big Cubs logo painted right in the front lawn. Down below, are Chuck Wozniak and Dawn Peterson. It took them about an hour and a half to create their masterpiece using 20 cans of spray paint.

"The neighbors, they stop, they cheered for us while we’re painting it," Peterson said. "They take pictures, sometimes they'll knock on the door just to talk about the Cubs."

They’re not the only ones who have gone big. We spotted a Cubby Bear face in Arlington Heights and a W in lights on the roof of a home in Wood Dale.

The UBS building downtown even got in on the fun by adding a "C" to their sign.

"They are bringing joy to Chicago. We need it right now. We need somebody to cheer for," Peterson said. "This team is young and so great, and it gives everybody something to look forward to."