Here is my family tree, ( thank goodness they are not really my relatives because Great Grandma and Auntie Joan in particular look rather scary).
I 've used a Wendy Vecchi Art Part frame which is covered with some Shabby Chic paper and inked with Antique Linen DI plus some splats in Antique Linen and Weathered Wood Distress Stains (they are such fun to do), the tree is by Wendy Vecchi and stamped in Coffee Archival Ink. The outer frame is sanded and inked around the edges with Vintage Photo DI.
I only had a few Fragments left , so thought I'd better avoid the etching technique until I've got more to play with as I know that I would probably melt quite a few before I got it right, so I used Alcohol Inks on Great Grandma, and somehow these are not quite right, but my technique was better by the time I got to the Family Tree fragment at the bottom of the frame.
Elsie is a packing tape transparency, how cool is that technique, I love it, it's like magic when the paper rubs away to reveal the image, her name and a little bit of spotty paper are sandwiched between the transparency and some sticky back canvas.
The words are computer generated using an old typewriter font, and all the vintage images that I've used are from Tumblefish Studios, and, just in case any of my family see this, none of you are quite as scary as Auntie Joan!