Winter stirs up so many wonderful memories for me! Getting bundled up in my snowsuit and exploring ditches with my friend Eunice, the hiss of the radiators in my church on Christmas Eve, and the roar of the crowd at my high school’s basketball games where I was a varsity cheerleader. As the days grow shorter, our activities shift, and it’s perfectly fine with me that these days my winters include one of my favourite things—more time to craft!

We’re so excited to present you with another issue to love and be inspired by! Each issue is special to us as we meticulously pay attention to every last detail. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the things you’ll find in the winter 2020 edition of Scrapbook & Cards Today:

The countdown to 2021 is on, and our Numbers in Designs (pg. 21) article will give you many ideas for creating with numbers in mind. Whether it’s counting the ways that you love someone or coming up with 21 things to do in 2021, your head will be swirling with creative ideas.

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we have dedicated a whole article to LOVE. Make sure to check out our Things That We Love (pg. 43) article for wonderful layout inspiration. Design Team Member Wendy Sue Anderson even got her family into the game for her journaling!

If you’ve procrastinated making Christmas cards, it’s not too late!

This issue’s Creative Cards (pg. 51) article features nine quick and easy cards that you can whip up at the last minute. Our talented designers came up with designs that are six steps or less using minimal supplies. C’mon! You can do it!

Get ready to be delighted by an absolutely magical mini album created by Andrea Marvilla Lake for our Make It Mini (pg. 60) column! You’ll love Andrea’s gorgeous Christmas village-inspired shadowbox mini!

It’s time! Go ahead… turn the page and get lost in the winter 2020 issue of Scrapbook & Cards Today!

SUSAN R. OPEL
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

SUSAN R. OPEL

Merry Christmas Card

by Susan R Opel