This card wasn't actually as fiddly as I thought it would be. It uses Barbara Gray's technique of stamping onto the protective sheet of some double sided adhesive film and cutting away the different areas with a craft knife. Mica powder is then brushed onto the sticky areas. I used Perfect Pearls.
I started off by cutting out the trunk and branches of the tree with my Fiskars FingerTip Craft Knife. I find it a lot easier than a regular craft knife for doing things like this. Once I'd peeled all of the protective sheet away I brushed on the Heirloom Gold powder. I then did the same for the leaves using Green Patina. After that I just cut cut away a couple of pieces for the foreground and punched a circle out to do a moon. I finished it off with some Blue Patina and Perfect Pearl for the sky.
I wanted the tree to really stand out so I stamped that onto some acetate, using black Stazon, and placed it on top. This is attached by some brads.
The background is made using the Quirky Hedge. I stamped it onto the black card using Versamark ink, then brushed the same colours of Perfect Pearls that I used for the tree onto it.