T is for… Trees #AtoZChallenge

A big thing to think about when you’re doing your family tree is what to do with it once you’ve done all that research. Do you print it? How do you print it? Where exactly will you get paper big enough!?

While thinking about this, I came across Woozlewood on Facebook, a company that creates custom made wooden family trees. Looking at the products they make, you could never get above a couple of generations, but it might be a nice touch for a child’s room or something, to try and make them familiar with their family tree at an early age.


This picture is the larger tree, at £45 which seems a lot, but you can include up to 36 names on it, so for a large immediate family it would be ideal. It’s something that’s a little out of price range at the moment, but definitely something I will consider buying in the not too distant future – I said it would be ideal for kids, but it would also be perfect for me!


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2 Responses to T is for… Trees #AtoZChallenge

  1. I like the idea of family history as art. That’s a beautiful idea.

    I’m fortunate to have an aunt who has done a tremendous amount of geneaology research for the past 15 years. She has volumes, and folders, and binders, and charts and artifacts. There are a lot of great resources online now that didn’t exist when she began her research in the 1990s.

    Nice to meet you through the A to Z Challenge! Here’s mine for today: A Girl and her Diary

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