14 July 2011

Heritage Pie

Always looking for new ways to procrastinate, my eye spied a post by Diane Haddad over at The Genealogy Insider.  She created a great heritage pie chart for her son Leo using a chart generator from Kid Zone.



So I took a few minutes to make my own heritage pie chart.



Ok. I've shown you mine.  Let's see yours!


10 comments:

Jacqi said...

What a fun project! I'd love to share that on my blog, Sheri, if you don't mind. You asked for others to share their pie chart. Not sure I can import mine here, but I'll give it a try. If not...hopefully I'll blog it on my site and link to you. Thanks for finding this idea!

Sheri said...

Jacqi - Please do make your own pie and blog about it. It's what I meant for people to do.

I have you in my Google reader so I'll be sure to come visit your blog when you are serving pie!

Jacqi said...

Great, Sheri! For our family, pie will be served this Sunday. Looking forward to your stopping by.

BDM said...

Uh oh. Your chart is not showing to me. One of those annoying blogger things? (my photos disappear all the time) Or am I lacking something to be able to see it? damn
- Brenda

Randy Seaver said...

SNGF!!!

Thanks for the idea.

Mel said...

I did mine for SNGF. You can see it here: http://www.researchjournal.yourislandroutes.com/?p=2459

Kathy Reed said...

I really enjoyed putting together a pie chart. I also particpated in Randy's SNGF. You can see my chart at http://jonesfamilymatters.blogspot.com

Kathy Reed said...

I enjoyed creating the pie chart. Thanks for the idea. I participated in Randy's SNGF. You can see my chart at:
http://jonesfamilymatters.blogspot.com

DianaR said...

This was fun!! I also did mine for SNGF and it is here

Kathleen Brandt, Professional Genealogist said...

Sheri,
These look like fun. I wonder if some of my clients would appreciate. I will share with them! Love the idea.