CAS Cards with Teresa Kline

Hello peeps, I am sharing cards that are a little more CAS for me than normal, although I adore CAS it is not something I feel like I do well.  I want to keep adding more*grin*…that is where my Glitz goodies come in handy.

I can as much as I want with all of the sweet Glitz additions, I added the epoxy words to the banner, totally luv the look!  A gorgeous vintage rhinestone to the corrugated cardboard heart and the rolled zipper flower make my card today a shabby vintage CAS Glitz goodness!

Supplies Used:
Glitz Design Paper: Pretty In Pink
Glitz Design Paper Layers:  Pretty In Pink
Glitz Design Epoxy Words:  Pretty In Pink

My second card is also CAS, the cardstock sticker is beautiful and really shines on it’s own.  I added a stamped sentiment, just stunning!

Vintage lace and a seam binding ribbon bow finished off with a giant rhinestone brings this card all together.  I luv my Glitz goodies and I hope you do too, it makes card making so easy and so gorgeous!  i hope your day is awesome!  Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you are inspired to pull out your Glitz and create!

Have a wonderful day, be sure to sprinkle it with a little Glitz!

Supplies Used:
Glitz Design Paper: French Kiss
Glitz Design Card Stock Stickers:  French Kiss Journaling
Glitz Design Giant Rhinestones:  French Kiss

9 thoughts on “CAS Cards with Teresa Kline”

  1. I totally agree: with the gorgeous Glitz papers and embellishments you don’t need much to create a fantabulous card. Your both cards are so beautiful!

  2. Love these. If this is C&S, then I’m a C&S maker too. I, however, share your need to add more, but only to make it more beautiful. Can’t say I’ve ever seen a ‘heavy on the C&S’ card I’ve loved.
    I especially love your Pretty in Pink card.

    xo Anni

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