I have a good friend of mine who is also a coffee-holic, so I chose that theme for the card I made for her birthday, using the Teatime stamp set from Rubbernecker.
I have two views to show you of my card because Joanie, on Splitcoaststampers, gave a technique challenge that she coined as Sentiment Underneath. In her words, she wrote: "It's pretty simple...just attach an image panel on the front of your card with a brad at the top only. Then stamp the sentiment under the image panel on the cardstock, patterned paper, or another panel."
Here's the closed view:
and here's the open view:
Isn't that a cute idea she had?
Supplies I used:
Stamps: Teatime Set (#457) Rubbernecker
Cardstock: Tempting Turquoise, Chocolate Chip, White, polkadotted dp
Ink: Memento Black
Accessories: Stampin' Up's Really Rust and Chocolate Chip markers, chocolate brad, octagon Nestabilities, scalloped border punch, dotted swiss embossing folder, slanted corner punch, dimensionals
Thanks for stopping by and have a terrific day!