New release highlights for Dec. 5, 2010

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This edition of new release highlights is the last of 2011. Simple Scrapper is going on holiday break beginning next Sunday, December 12 and will return on January 1! When we return, we’re bringing a whole new way for you to enjoy the latest and greatest products for digital, hybrid & paper scrapbooking.

9th & Bloom: Oh Hanukkah by Tracey Monette

After Five Designs: Cookies for Santa by Nikki Beaudreau & Micheline Martin

Cat Scrap: What a Year template by Tiny Toes Designs

Designer Digitals: My Notebook template No. 03 by Katie Pertiet

Design House Digital: Warm Wishes printables by Pink Trike Design

The Digichick: Treasure the Memory by Sugarplum Paperie

The Digichick: Memory Keeper by Jennifer Fox

Digiridoo Scraps: A Visit with Santa by Snippets Inc.

Digital Scrap Cafe: Tree Trimming Traditions by Caged Bird Designs & Dream Big Designs

Elemental Scraps: Bigs & Littles templates by Connie Prince

Gotta Pixel: The Magic is Here by Mye De Leon

Inspiration Lane: Everyday #5 by Jen Yurko

The Lilypad: Knit Alpha by Sahlin Studio

Little Dreamer Designs: Peace on Earth by Tickled Pink Studio & Penny Springmann

Mscraps: 12 Days album kit by Biograffiti & ErinInk

Oscraps: Focal Point by One Little Bird Designs

Polka Dot Plum: 365 Challenge by Brine Design

Scrapbook-bytes: So Special by Armina Designs

Scrapbookgraphics: Number Badges by Studio Gypsy

Scrap Matters: Great Escape by WM [squared] Designs

Scrap Orchard: Dude Man Whoa by Laura Banasiak

Sunshine Studio Scraps: Joyous Season by Meredith Cardall

Sweet Shoppe Designs: Year in Review III V2 by Cindy Schneider

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