It's not too difficult to make your own PCB, if you can get access to a laser printer. It's best to use the kind of paper recommended, but it is possible to use regular printer paper if you have to use a printer in a library or school, and you cannot put in your own paper. You will have to take a lot of care if using regular paper and go very slowly removing it and then repair any gaps in the toner with an etch-resist pen. You can get an etch-resist pen from ebay.
If you google 'toner transfer' you will see many articles about using the toner transfer method for making PCBs, in many cases suggesting using commonly available chemicals, hydrochloric (muriatic) acid and hydrogen peroxide. You have to be careful because these chemicals can be dangerous (skin burns, encourage fires), but the total cost is quite small.
You need to take care that the prints you make with the laser printer are exactly the right size by comparing them to the printout (from the PDF on the project website). You can change the size of the printout in software, sometimes the printer stretches the image in the horizontal or vertical, which can make a difference for the surface mount PCM2706 in particular.
I have drilled PCBs with a regular, full-size pillar drill. If you need to use a drill which is too small for the chuck, you can wrap the shank by rolling a strip of thin paper round it to make it thicker, with a bit of care the drill will not run off center to the point where you cannot use it.