Table of contents for The art of the family tree : creative family history projects using paper art, fabric, and collage / Jenn Mason.

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Foreword by Patricia Bolton
Introduction
Getting Started
Chapter One: Planting Your Family Tree 
Top Down and Bottoms Up!
Using What You Have
Solving Tricky Family Dilemmas
Telling Your Ancestory
Adopting Ancestors
Chapter Two: Espalier Trees: Art for the Wall
Branching Out: Shadowboxed Tree	
A Layered Family: Collaged Canvas 
Family Orchard: Watercolor Tree
Quilted Memories: Circle Chart Assemblage
Chapter Three: Leafing Through the Years: Book Art
The Women Who Made the Men: Ancestral Star Book
Soft-Sided Memories: Fabric Journal Collection Book
Fanned and Frilly: Altered Board Book
Framed and Quartered: Coin Collector¿s Book
Hiding Jacob¿s Ladder: Wooden Book and Shrine	
Library of Relatives: Mini Journals Collection
Chapter Four: Tree Houses: Three-Dimensional Family Trees
Sadie¿s Girls: Paper and Wire Sculpture
It¿s All Relatives: Paper Topiary Tree			
Mossy Mementos: Standing History Wreath
My Family by the Sea: Sea Fan Assemblage
Chapter Five: Inspirational Trees: A Gallery of Solutions 
Chapter Six: Family Research Advice from an Expert
Templates
Clip Art
Suggested Reading
Resources
About the Author
About the Contributing Artists
Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Photograph albums.
Family in art.
Genealogy.