Showing posts with label pedigree chart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pedigree chart. Show all posts

Friday, January 25, 2013

BIG January Giveaway 20"x30" Custom Designed Pedigree Charts {Three Will WIN}


The January Giveaway is finally here, and it's BIG!! Yes, 20"x30" custom designed pedigree charts just like you see in the picture, and it could be yours for FREE. Here's the BEST PART...3 WILL WIN! All you need is an updated 4, 5, or 6 generation GEDCOM FILE and the Teach Me Genealogy Design Team will customized your Pedigree Chart and send you a 20"x30" high resolution photo print in the mail. It's easy, just ENTER TO WIN BELOW.

HAVE FUN AND MAY THE LUCKIEST 3 PEOPLE WIN!! a Rafflecopter giveaway



Don't want 20" x 30"?

Choose your size and we will customize exactly what you want :)


"Let's Keep Connecting The Dots" -Sarah

Thursday, August 30, 2012

FREE Pedigree Charts for Kids and Teenagers. Type, Print & Frame in 30 Min.

Here's a super cute and inexpensive way to incorporate family history into your child's bedroom by using a colorful Family Tree (pedigree chart). This is my 13 year old daughters bedroom with accents of family history. On the left wall you will see the family tree that I designed to match the exact colors of her bedding, so it all ties together perfectly :)
Now, don't you think your child needs a framed pedigree chart displayed in their bedroom? Well, you're in luck, because I have completed 3 different designs for the 4 generation "Type & Print" pedigree charts, that allows you to:
  • Type, Print & Frame (8x10) in 30 minutes or less
  • Print, Write & Frame (8x10)   in 30 minutes or less
Pedigree Chart Tips:
  • For female, always use the maiden name, (First, Middle, Maiden). Never use married name on a pedigree chart.
  • Father's name always goes on the top, ascending to the right. 
  • Mother's name always goes on the bottom, descending to the right.
Now let's get started! 5 Easy Steps:
  1. Click: on your favorite pedigree chart below to download your pdf "Type & Print" pedigree    chart. (Make sure you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer).
  2. Type: your Genealogy! Hit "Tab" to go to the next field. Note: "you cannot save data typed into this form. Please print your completed form, if you want a copy for your records". (Have your Genealogy & Family History close by to refer to as you type.)
  3. Print: on 8.5 x 11 paper or scrapbook paper. Here are a few paper examples that I bought at Hobby Lobby (.40 a piece)
  4. Cut: The 8x10 border on your printed 8.5 x 11 
  5. Frame! In 30 minutes or less, you can have a beautiful framed pedigree chart!!
 Step 1: Click on 1 of the 3 pedigree charts below to download:

Pedigree Chart #1: Click image to download pdf "type and print" form. Once you've clicked  on the image it will automatically download to your computer. It usually saves in your "Download" folder. 
Pedigree Chart #2: Click image to download pdf "type and print" form
Pedigree Chart #3: Click image to download pdf "type and print" form

Step 2 Type:
 your Genealogy! (Hit tab to move to the next field)

Step 3 Print:
 on 8.5 x 11 scrapbook paper. Here are a few paper examples:

Step 4 Cut
 
t
he 8x10 border on your printed 8.5 x 11 

Step 5 Frame! 
You now have a beautiful framed pedigree chart!! Isn't it adorable!!
Total Cost of Project: $5 (spray painted frame from thrift store)
Total Time spent on project: 29 minutes.

Other decorative items shown: 
Black Shelf from Hobby Lobby (On sale for $12)
Zebra 5x7 frame from Hobby Lobby (on sale for $10)
Green Frame from Hobby Lobby (on Sale for $10)
Mirrored "Love" wall art from Hobby Lobby (on sale for $7)

Click here to Leave a comment and share how your pedigree chart turned out. 

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Free Pedigree Charts {Type, Print and Frame in 30 min}

Don't you think everyone needs a framed pedigree chart displayed somewhere in their home? Well, you're in luck, because I have completed 3 different designs for the 4 generation "Type & Print" pedigree charts, which allow you to:
  • Type, Print & Frame (8x10) in 30 minutes or less
  • Print, Write & Frame (8x10)   in 30 minutes or less
Pedigree Chart Tips:
  • For female, always use the maiden name, (First, Middle, Maiden). Never use married name on a pedigree chart.
  • Father's name always goes on the top, ascending to the right. 
  • Mother's name always goes on the bottom, descending to the right.
Now let's get started! 5 Easy Steps:
  1. Click: on your favorite pedigree chart below to download your pdf "Type & Print" pedigree    chart. (Make sure you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer).
  2. Type: your Genealogy! Hit "Tab" to go to the next field. Note: "you cannot save data typed into this form. Please print your completed form, if you want a copy for your records". (Have your Genealogy & Family History close by to refer to as you type.)
  3. Print: on 8.5 x 11 paper or scrapbook paper. Here are a few paper examples that I bought at Hobby Lobby (.40 a piece)
  4. Cut: The 8x10 border on your printed 8.5 x 11 
  5. Frame! In 30 minutes or less, you can have a beautiful framed pedigree chart!!
 Step 1: Pick your favorite pedigree chart by clicking on
1 of the 3 pedigree charts below to download:

Pedigree Chart #1: Click the pedigree chart image that you wish to download. Click on the "download" button in the upper right corner. Once downloaded and opened Allow up to 10 seconds for the the cursor to become active for the "type and print".
Pedigree Chart #2: Click image to download pdf "type and print" form
Pedigree Chart #3: Click image to download pdf "type and print" form

Step 2 Type:
 Click your cursor on your pedigree chart, start typing and hit 
"Tab" to move to the next field.

Step 3 Print:
 on 8.5 x 11 scrapbook paper. Here are a few paper examples:

Step 4 Cut
t
he 8x10 border on your printed 8.5 x 11 

Step 5 Frame! 
You now have a beautiful framed pedigree chart!! Isn't it adorable!!

I used a cute pink paper at first and decided to reprint and use plain white printer paper. I think the white with the cream frame was  the better choice. 

My 6 year old now has this pedigree displayed in her bedroom.

Total Time spent on project: 29 minutes.

Click here to Leave a comment and share how your pedigree chart turned out.
 

Sunday, May 06, 2012

Sarah Burnes Heiner Pedigree with Gratitude


Elder Russell M. Nelson has taught that the Spirit of Elijah is “a manifestation of the Holy Ghost bearing witness of the divine nature of the family” (“A New Harvest Time,” Ensign, May 1998, 34). This distinctive influence of the Holy Ghost draws people to identify, document, and cherish their ancestors and family members—both past and present.

I am honored to know my ancestors, and for the change in my life that allowed my heart to turn to my fathers. I have attached my very colorful 6 generation pedigree chart as gratitude for those who paved the way for me. Looking at this chart makes me realize the importance of every single ancestor, and the significant role each one played to get me here, to have an earthly existence, to gain knowledge, so that I could return to my Heavenly Father again. For that alone, I am indebted to them.


Click image to enlarge.