I kept her design and the coffee theme, and also tried to pull in some of the blue she used on her card. Instead of using patterned paper for my main panel, I used an embossing folder to create texture and then used patterned paper for my scalloped circle and for the piecing on the coffee mug.
For this card, I started with the smallest parts. I stamped my coffee mug on white card stock and also on patterned paper. I cut the mug and handle from the patterned paper and pieced them onto the other mug. I added white Enamel Accents to the foam, scraped it around a little to create texture, then let it dry. I punched a heart from red card stock and adhered it to the mug. I fussy-cut the paper pieced mug and attached it to white die cut circle, then attached the white circle to a piece of patterned paper that I'd die cut into a scalloped circle. I embossed a piece of red card stock to create the background panel, then attached baker's twine to the red panel. I adhered the panel to a white card base, then attached my scalloped circle over the twine using dimensionals. Finally, I added some Stickles to the foam on the image to add a bit of sparkle.