This card is going to be entered in to the Chocolate Baroque colour challenge. The challenge has four set colours to use any way you want, which is great fun to do. I have used the Orchard Build a Tree stamp set. I began by masking the middle section with the mountains stencil from Inkylicious but torn copier paper is just as good. Start by blending the colours Antique Linen, Wild Honey and Spiced Marmalade on the top half. Lay the circles stencil (by Mr Huey) as shown and ink through with Frayed Burlap. The bottom half is done the same way using a Clarity flourish stencil and blended with Wild Honey for a very soft look. Remove all stencils and ink up one of the trees with brown ink, I used Versafine. Stamp a selection of the little flowers in the three main colours. Use a brown fine line marker pen and draw wiggly lines to highlight the middle panel and also extend the roots of the tree. Ink up the words in brown ink and stamp as shown. To take away the whiteness swipe a little Antique Linen. Run a complimentary promarker around the edge to frame then mount on to a Kraft card base. That's it for this time, thanks for looking.