December 2nd, 2010

Now You Can Have Your Own Framed Custom Family Tree Charts

I’m absolutely thrilled about the feedback that I’ve received on my new oversized family tree charts that were added to the website a few weeks ago.  As exciting as some of the feedback is, I have also received some e-mails from people that are confused about how to take a PDF from my website and turn it into a work of art, a family tree chart that can exist on your wall fully framed.

For those of you looking for direction with regards to how to go from a PDF download to framed family heirloom, I’ll outline everything you need to know and give you some pointers and suggestions along the way. There are a number of factors that we have to consider before we get to the final product, so this will be a series of posts that will explore how you can make one of the family tree charts on my website a reality as a framed family tree chart within your home.

Paper – What everyone needs to know about choosing paper for your family tree chart

Ink – Here’s a Quick Way to Choose Ink for Your Framed Custom Family Tree Artwork

Mat – A Surefire Way to Choose the Right Mat

Frame – Do you recognize the 5 signs of a good frame?

Discount Printing Services – Are the savings worth the risks?

Glass – If you don’t choose the right type of glass, you’ll hate yourself later.

If you’re going to do this project, you have to do it right.  You will be creating a family tree for your family, a legacy that can be passed on to future generations.

This doesn’t have to be an expensive project and if you follow the tips outlined in each post, you’ll get great value for your dollar.  Look for the first post on choosing the foundation of your family tree chart.  Paper. There’s more to choosing the right paper than you think!