Friday, December 9, 2011

New Release Fridays

It's ... um ... 5:34 AM & I'm wide awake becuase there's a squirrel in our roof again & my darling husband is alternating between whacking at the wall to make the squirrel be quite & snoring like a freight train. So I'm hiding, wide awake, in the office & figured I'd just get cracking on the new releases for today. Yes, I am ready to call the pest control service people just as soon as they open ... in 2.5 hours. Lovely. At least I've got pretty new releases to look at this morning!

Got an adorable little man or two in your life? Then pick up the new release by CutieFruity, Oh Boy!, a fun boy themed kit that still has plenty of sparkles to liven up your layouts!

My husband loves penguins & since my mother has run with that theme for several Christmases in a row, I've got lots of penguin stuff to scrap. That's why I'll need to grab the new kit, Chill Out, by Scraps N' Pieces with penguins, igloos, & polar bears galore. Love the colors & even better there are some cute freebies to pick up on Heidi & Lori's blog so head over there now!

A lovely traditional Christmas kit is Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas by Adriana's Cafe, love the papers that I can see! Adriana has put the kit on sale for $2.50 the whole month of December because she's used part of it for the December Use It or Lose It Challenge. You can pick up the little sampler to check the kit out & participate in the challenge, then pick up the full kit for for more scrapping!

To keep scrapping all those autumn pictures, why not pick up Autumn Comfort by Growing Pains Scrapped? Such a beautiful kit with all the fall colors & love those fun elements. Tracy has put the kit & add-ons on sale for 50% off for a limited time, plus you can pick up some freebies on her blog!

Many of us do end-of-year layouts & the new template set by Meagan's Creations, Year In Review, can help you get those layouts scrapped quickly. With four different templates at 30% off for a limited time, this is a great addition to your template stash!

HD Creations has a fun new Christmas kit out today, North Pole is full of wonderful elements that will be perfect for all those pictures of your present opening extravaganza! Each part of the kit is on sale for 25% off for a limited time or you can pick all the parts up in the bundle for even more savings. Plus, Heather has a coordinating freebie on her Facebook page [like the page & then look under the Exclusive tab] & if you sign up for her newsletter on her blog, you can snag another freebie!

Another wonderful Christmas kit is the new kit Believe by JMC Designs; with a darker color scheme that would be perfect for scrapping all your pictures of Christmases past. Love the fun elements included in the kit, especially that adorable reindeer! You can pick up all the parts of the kit for 40% off until December 16th.

For all your pictures of the great, white outdoors [if you have snow already that is!] you'll want to add Icey by Flower Scraps to your stash. There are so many great parts to the kit including overlays, cardstocks, & glitters. So many options to choose from but if you can't decide, Deanna has two bundles to make it easier on you. The Icey Bundle includes the kit, cardstocks, glitter & stackers while the Icey Big Bundle includes everything in the bundle plus both sets of quick pages. Plus there's a coordinating freebie up for grabs on Deanna's blog!

In addition, Deanna also has a Christmas CU product, the Merry and Bright Grab Bag, which is full of never before released CU items, 13 full sized items in all! But hurry as this grab bag will be gone at the end of December!

Do you love the book The Polar Express? Then you'll want to pick up the new kit by Seal Scraps, Truly Believe which was inspired by the book! This kit would be perfect for those polar express rides that you can take with your kiddos or any type of winter layouts. Love the silhouette elements edged in glitter, you can pickup this kit for 50% off for a limited time only.

ETA: Apparently I hit save instead of publish. Anyone want a squirrel?

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