In this post I will collect together lots of ideas for displaying your family tree ‘off the wall’. Please do add any suggestions!
1. Books and Albums
There are lots of options for creating books, from fill-in-the-blanks books, to scrapbooking, custom printed books, and even self published family histories. These will have to be the subject of their own blog posts one day. In the meantime, here’s my own fill-in-the-blanks book, the Family History Record Book.
2. Printed Family Trees
Maddy at The Crafty Genealogist specialises in turning your genealogy research into a unique gift, including printed, embroidered and pyrography family trees. You can choose from a wide range of bookmarks, tote bags, aprons, coasters, mousemats, dog crate runners, mugs, table mats and table runners.
3. Wooden Ware Family Trees
Genealogy Wall Charts also offer some unusual ways to present your chart. How about a chopping board?