Chances are that many of you have seen our June issue on newsstands (or in your mailbox) by now. It's the one with the bright pink type and that delicious looking salad: If you're a long-time reader, you'll have noticed some changes – we've updated the look, changed some things around and generally made your magazine even better than it was before. But there's one big change that I'm SUPER excited about: Canadian Living now has an entire section devoted to crafts! Yay!!!! Every month, you'll see the section opener: look for the big blue banner that reads "Crafts are for sharing." That's the opening page of "Craft Matters," two pages that are devoted to exploring craft products, books, projects, hints and tips – every month! It's where we'll report on creative Canadians and great craft finds, take products for test drives (in June, it's scissors), and share the bits and pieces that don't fit into the larger craft stories. After Craft Matters, you'll find craft projects for adults and kids – now conveniently packaged together. We've been working hard to come up with easy projects, short instructions and GREAT photos – after all, you can get a lot of information and inspiration just from looking at the pictures. Here's a peek at what's in store in June. A quick and easy picnic tote to sew, and... ...a Father's Day card (and Dad can even clip the tie to his collar! perhaps not boardroom-appropriate, but good for a giggle). I really hope you like this new section and can't wait to hear what you think. And hey, if you've got an idea for something (or someone) you'd like to see in Craft Matters, I hope you'll let me know! PS Not a subscriber? That's easy to fix. Sign up right here.