I found a great sketch at the Freshly Made Sketches Challenge:
Besides that, I found a challenge with a geometric theme at Addicted to CAS:
I also found a challenge called "to die for", all about adding a die-cut, at Papertake Weekly Challenges.
What does all that add up to? A really fun card would be the right answer. I chose to use my coffee-carrying little monkey again for this card. I also used a Jim Holtz "Honeycomb Panel" die, the Stampin' Up! Morning Coffee stamp set (retired), and the Stampin' Up! Gorgeous Grunge stamp set. All the colouring was done using the new Stampin' Up! Blendabilities.
My base cardstock is Baked Brown Sugar followed by a layer of Early Espresso and then a layer of Naturals White which I stamped using the Gorgeous Grunge set. In the top right corner I stamped "Perk up" from the Morning Coffee set. Then I attached the Early Espresso die-cut honeycomb panel and filled in the hexagon spaces with Baked Brown Sugar die-cuts.
I stamped the monkey and the coffee cup onto Whisper White using black Memento ink and then fussy-cut them both after colouring them. I attached the monkey to the honeycomb panel and then attached the coffee cup to an Early Espresso die-cut hexagon and attached that to the card with Dimensionals.
For more cards using this sketch, check out Freshly Made Sketches.
For more cards with a geometric theme, check out Addicted to CAS.
For more cards featuring die-cuts, check out the Papertake Weekly Challenge.