The Card Concept has a fun challenge with a theme that just about everyone loves - Coffee.
I used a cool stamp set from Art Impressions called Coffee Keeper - that includes the cup with the cover and sleeve as well as some sentiments and steam curls.
It comes with instructions on how to fold the paper, stamp images, what to paper piece and where to cut the slot so a gift card can be inserted under the flap.
The stamp set instructions leaves the flap loose like this -
But I added a clip and the word 'open' stamped on a punched circle to hold the flap closed (see 1st pic above!) - that pleased my asthetic sense better than leaving it open a bit!
Here's a close up of the sentiment stampings on the sleeve where you check off the boxes that you want - I know it's a little harder to read stamped on the digital paper that I used - but I thought it looked more like the corrugated cardboard that they use IRL! All the patterned papers I used here are digital from the Brown Grunge Texture set from All About Scrapping Etsy Shop - I won them from a challenge I linked a card to a few months ago and I just love them!
I did mount the panel to a white card base so I could write whatever I wanted inside depending on why I was giving a gift card to someone - birthday, thank you etc. My style is clean and layering.
I'm linking this card to the Card Concept 10
Paper: white and rustic cream - PTI, Digital DP Brown Grunge Texture Set - All About Scrapping Etsy Shop.
Ink: Archival Tree Branch and Jet Black
Accessories: round clip from stash, x-acto knife, ScorTape, 5/8" circle punch - EK success.