At first I hemmed and hawed about using the Coffee Cafe set since it, too, is all about coffee. In the end, however, I went in another direction. Since both challenges featured a pretty teacup in their inspirational photo, I hauled out a retired die set, the Cups & Kettle Framelits dies, and used the large teacup die to cut out a piece of the striped Springtime Foils Specialty Designer Series paper from the Sale-a-bration second release. It made a perfect cup, especially after I sponged some Sahara Sand ink around the perimeter to give it dimension.
For my background I used a base of Heavy Whisper White, a layer of the retired Baked Brown Sugar cardstock, and a layer of the retired Falling in Love Designer Series paper. Before adding the DSP, I sponged around the perimeter using Baked Brown Sugar ink. To give the cup more dimension, I used flower shaping tools to round it out and then added dimensionals (two deep in the centre) when adhering it to the card. The sentiment is from the retired Merry Cafe set and is also stamped using Baked Brown Sugar ink. To finish off, I cut a butterfly from Copper Foil and from Blushing Bride using the Bold Butterfly framelits and Butterflies thinlits.
I'm entering this card in The Card Concept #87 (Freshly Brewed)
I'm also entering this card in the Inkspirational Challenge #155 - Coffee Photo