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Darcy Miller, Martha Stewart Weddings Editorial Director
"My mom showed me how special it was to make things together, whether it was Halloween costumes or my birthday invitations, and now I do the same with my girls," says Darcy, pictured here at her wedding with her mother and grandmother.
Over the years, Darcy has shared many of her family activities and celebrations with us right here on marthastewart.com. Click through to see get inspired by the projects and events Darcy collaborates on with her daughters -- plus more family-friendly activities to encourage mom bonding time.
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Darcy and her daughters are passionate about crafting, so she designed an orderly yet stimulating environment for her family to exercise their creativity any time they want.
Here, the family gathers around a stainless steel table with integrated storage components -- and gets down to business! See the rest of this space -- and steal Darcy's ideas for a fully functioning craft station.
A visit to Disney World inspired this ultracreative collection of scrapboxes created by Darcy and her three daughters. What better way to prolong the joy of a getaway than to recapture it using memory, imagination, and creativity?
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Around a certain age, kids get curious about their family members -- especially the ones they've never met. Here, we offer tons of templates for creating captivating family trees on paper, on walls, in jars, and in other unexpected ways.
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The family that cooks together stays together. But you needn't keep all your recipes in a boring old notebook. From color-coded laminated cards to family recipe DVDs, here is a stockpot full of ideas for creatively stockpiling and organizing your family recipes.
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Archive your ancestors' original documents, visit your motherland, host a family reuinion -- here are a bevy of ways to keep it in the family.
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