With one of the charts I carefully penned each name into their corresponding generation box. Then I had it framed and wrapped for Christmas.
The second chart - oh, I wish I knew what happened to the second fan chart. I suppose one day I may find it in the abyss of stuff I still have floating around my parents home (along with all my empty CD cases).
As it turns out, there happens to be someone else who liked this fan chart as much as I do. She's even gone so far as to create one in a jpeg format for FREE!
It's meant to fit a 20x28 inch frame. I would have added it to this post, but blogger didn't like the size of the picture. So, if you have any trouble finding it from this link, let me know, I'll email it to you.
I'd like to see if I can add the names in photoshop and then send this off to have it printed on canvas. Wouldn't that be cool?
The chart I made for my parents still hangs in their home. I think we've all been surprised at how often we look at it, and use it as quick reference to our ancestry.