What does a Digital Genealogy Album look like?

 

So I’ve been talking a lot lately about how to create your own Family History album … and to do so Artistically …so that others might be tempted to find out what you already know from your research about your ancestors.  I’ve written a guide to help you make your own album but perhaps you’d like to see the end result before you embark on the project.

I’ll be speaking at RootsTech and will have a printed version to show the attendees but if you click on the link below you can see a review of the pages included in my album.  Hopefully, this stirs you to want to do likewise with your data, documents, photos, etc.  After all, wouldn’t you rather look at an album chocked full of the information and stories you’ve uncovered, than dig through files and charts or read a massive book of  diagrams and written word?

Take a peek … click on the link to see the short video!

Schwerman Family Album

 

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Digital Genealogy Scrapbooker, wife, mother, grandmother and lover of skiing, swimming, reading, sewing and traveling. View all posts by BarbWireDigi

2 Responses to “What does a Digital Genealogy Album look like?”

  • Jan

    Barb I attended your presentation this morning at RootsTech 2014. It was great!!!! I went to your blog to see the video demonstration and tutorial, but could not locate it. I must be overlooking it. Thank you for all the information, I can’t wait to get home to Southeast Texas and put a few pages together.

    • BarbWireDigi

      Thank you so much for your kind comments regarding my presentation today. First and foremost, I appreciate that among all the choices at RootsTech you chose to attend my session. I’m glad to see you weren’t disappointed. I will re-post the video tonight so that it is able to be viewed. I’d love to see the first page that you create and I wish you all the best in your efforts to create a family history scrapbook that I know your family will love and cherish. Thanks again.

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