Monday 24 November 2014

CAS Christmas Cards

Hi there everyone, I hope you are all well.

Today I am sharing with you a set of very easy CAS Christmas Cards using the sentiment set from Inspired by Stamping - Big Holidays.

These cards show you another way you can create a number of cards very quickly and with just one stamp!

Here are my cards -

Obviously I have used the same stamp but I have embossed it with different colours. This gives you a very CAS card but with lots of interest and even though they all look the same, using different colours gives the cards their own 'flavour'.

Adding sequins or gems are perfect for CAS cards. They don't take away from the actual design but add a nice, simple touch.

I find creating CAS cards very easy. They are the style that I feel most comfortable with. 

Here are some of my tips when attempted to make a CAS card if you struggle with them -

1. Lot's of open space
2. Minimal embellishments or layers
3. One focal image

You may look at your finished CAS card and think it really needs something else (especially if you are used to layers etc). Try and restrain yourself. The thing about CAS is you don't have to fill up the card - less is best!

Here is the stamp set that I have used today -

Thanks so much for looking today! xx


  1. A super batch, that's a perfect set for CAS Christmas cards too


  2. Lovely cards - thanks for the tips on making CAS cards.

  3. my kind of cards, so perfectly CAS-hope you had a fun weekend x

  4. Perfect CASlicious card, Kylie, and perfect CAS definition and encouragement!! Well done! Hugs, Darnell

  5. A wonderful set of stamps. What a gift these would make, all boxed up, also very lovely to receive each one. Lovely CAS the sequins, and never remember to use them. Great job, Kylie. TFS &Hugs

  6. LOVE these CAS cards Kylie!! Loll xx

  7. Brilliant CAS cards Kylie xx

  8. Absolutely beautiful cards, Kylie! LOVE your CAS designs...they're just perfect!

  9. Great cards, love the stamps. Gail


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