Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Family Tree Wallpaper

I was reading the latest posts on my Bloglines and saw the post on the It'sOurTree.com blog titled Wallpaper 2.0. Check this real "wallpaper" - like on "the wall" (not on your computer screen):

Isn't that really cool? I'm so jealous...I want it for my family room! I wonder if Generations Maps can do this?

They have six generations of pictures on this wallpaper - that's quite a collection, isn't it? Hmmm, if I put my children on the trunk, then I would be back to my great-great-grandparents, and I have pictures of only a few of them. I could do it with only five generations - I think I have photos of most of them - and it might actually fit on one wall.
The photo is on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/m-louis/95221116/.

5 comments:

Janet Hovorka said...

I log in to tell you I have awarded you the "I love your blog" badge (http://thechartchick.blogspot.com/2008/09/i-love-your-blog-award.html) and see I have more to comment on...
We certainly can do Family Tree Wallpaper, no problem. In fact, I wonder what else some of the huge 100+ feet charts we do might be used for. But my suggestion would be for something more portable. You wouldn't believe how many people have contacted us after painting something on the wall and then deciding to move. And let us print the pictures on it for you either way. Much easier. Let me know when you are ready Randy. I'm looking forward to making you a great chart.

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Good idea for make a blog, the family tree wallpaper is very important becouse you can remember all your member family.

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Hahaha... Is great what you did on your wall...I want to make one of those in mine I can not wait for I really gonna do it... You have a big imagination...

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Sandy said...

I LOVEEEE THIS IDEA! Thank you for posting :)