New release highlights for March 7, 2010

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After Five Designs: Tweetie Pie by Cinnamon Designs

Cat Scrap: Photog Pretties No. 1 by Fizzy Pop Designs

Designer Digitals: Layered Template No. 49 by Cathy Zielske

Design House Digital: Design 365 Layered Layouts, vol.3 by Deena Rutter

The Digi Chick: Scraps to Go Vol. 2 by Jennifer Fox

Elemental Scraps: Mr. Fix It by Litabells Designs

Gotta Pixel: A Day with Smiles by Lorie M. Designs

Inspiration Lane: Neon Funk from Creations by Rachael

The Lilypad: Stitched Frames by Emily Martin

Little Dreamer Designs: Center Stage templates by Listgirl Designs

Mscraps: Happy Go Lucky by Jennifer Barrette

Oscraps: Everyday, Ordinary by Emily Powers and Paislee Press

Peppermint Creative: 10 Things template by Miss Mint

Plain Digital Wrapper: Lucky U by Southern Creek Designs

Scrap Artist: Messy Layered alpha by Aja Abney

Scrap Matters: Daisy Crazy by Madame Wing and Trixie Scraps

Scrap Matters: Sister Sue by Sarah Bennett

Scrap Orchard: Background Templates by Scrapping with Liz

Scrapable: Take Me by Charlize Creations

Scrapbook Graphics: Book of Me The Second 10 by Crystal Livesay

Scrappity-Doo-Dah: Earth’s Reflections by Kari Q Designs and Kris Myers Designs

Sweet Shoppe Designs: Inspired by Rubia Templates by Darcy Baldwin

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  1. PatriciaD

    For a baby shower I went to recently everyone wrote up a discipline advice (obviously for when the baby was older) and before hand we combined it into a book sort of like a scrapbook with photos of the mom and all the friends and then everybody read their discipline tip at the shower and told a story about how they’d used it or wished they’d used it and we video taped that and gave the video tape to the new mom, too. Lots of fun and lots of laughs and maybe everyone learned something, too.


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