Family Heirloom Forms
Do you have a precious family heirloom that’s an old diary, scrapbook or other treasured tome that needs preserving? Download these step-by-step how to make a protective book box with a lid, including a supply list and a chart to calculate your dimensions.
Watch the how-to video: https://youtu.be/UMIH6mx6VzYLEARN MORE
Family History Projects
Your camera can be an indispensable genealogy tool! Download this free, handy shot list to keep track of your genealogy photo projects. This list covers essential shots for five key family history categories: gravestones, ancestral homes, family heirlooms, records and family portraits.LEARN MORE
These two worksheets are designed to assist you to create and organize photos for your photo book projects. The Online Photo Service Comparison Worksheet gives you the tools to analyze different services side by side, so you can determine which one is best for your project. The Photo Book Project Board Worksheet will help you organize each step to create a book that contains your favorite old family photos.LEARN MORE
Use this worksheet to help you collect your thought before beginning a family history writing project. Record which stories you want to include, who your audience will be and more.
Read the corresponding article: “9 Tips for Getting Started on Writing Your Family History“.LEARN MORE
Use these free forms to write provenances of your family artifacts. All you need is a bit of time and your knowledge of the heirloom.
Read the corresponding article: “Treasure Tales: How to Write a Family Heirloom Provenance“LEARN MORE