Hey, y'all! I'm trying to figure out how to lay out a family heritage book. I'm talking about photos that at times go back 3, sometimes 4 generations. The reason I'd like to figure this out ahead of time is it will help me get this done in a (hopefully) fast and orderly fashion without too many "Oh, I could do that!" moments that could get me waaaay off track. My mind is bouncing all over the place (but when is it not???) so I thought I'd open the topic up for discussion and hear and/or see all about what you may have done, what you'd like to do, or just your biased humble opinions (because those are they best ideas anyway, right?). Here's the scenario. Lots of photos of some people, very few of others Lots of written memories and data on most of the people, some we don't have much Lots of tidbits and pieces of information on those peoples extended family (nieces, cousins, aunts & uncles...) One person who's doing it all by herself with cheerleading support from her sisters, and who wants to include EVERYTHING I can find, which would be too many details. Obviously I need to learn to cull info because this book will need to be carried without the aid of a forklift. Has anyone ever attempted something like this? If so, what have you done (and I'd love to see examples). And what size did you print the project? I do love to scrap 12x12! I thought it would be fun to: insert photos and/or scanned memorabilia into the text where appropriate have the same "type" of photo for each person if I have it (i.e., baby, graduation, marriage, family group make a collage of favorite photos that I like but won't fit in otherwise, which would be great for those people I have lots of photos include a family tree/chart have one book for each branch of the family (mom & dad) have a design layout theme for a pulled-together look that would be easy to put together Thankfully I have relatives in both the USA and Sweden (where my family comes from) who have been collecting family info, so I can gather some info from them, if needed. I'm excited to hear your ideas. Thanks!