B uild It birthday card features all Stampin' Up! supplies available from http://angelaspaperarts.stampinup.net
Cut Basic Black cardstock to 14.85cm x 21cm to create the card base. Score at 10.5cm and fold in half.
Cut the Urban Underground Designer Series Paper ('DSP') to 14.35cm x 10cm and adhere to the card base.
Cut a piece of Silver Glimmer paper 5cm x 14.35cm OR cover a piece of cardstock 5cm x 14.35cm with alfoil.
Dab StazOn ink randomly over the Silver foil (don't completely cover it).
Add Versamark ink over one side of the embossing folder. Place your Silver foil face down onto the Versamark ink and run through the BigShot.
Remove Silver foil from the embossing folder & sprinkle Gold and/or Copper embossing powder randomly over the foil. You do not want to cover the whole thing - you want to give it a grungy look. If needed, brush some powder off before heating the powder to set.
Sponge some more StazOn onto the embossed foil to further 'tarnish' it then adhere 1cm from the left edge of the card and line up with the top/bottom of the DSP layer.
Prepare the sentiment by stamping the 'Best Dad Ever' in Basic Gray ink onto Very Vanilla cardstock and diecut using the Stitched Ovals framelit.
Repeat with the same stamp OR the Happy Birthday stamp in Delightful Dijon ink onto a smaller piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and fussy cut/punch out the sentiment. Use foam dimensionals to adhere over the oval piece.
Create the tools by diecutting the screwdriver and hammer in Basic Black cardstock. Diecut the top of the screwdriver, hammer and screw in Silver Glimmer paper and adhere over the black cardstock. Rub some StazOn onto the Silver to give a worn/aged look to the tools.
Using the Hardwood stamp and Delightful Dijon ink, stamp onto Delightful Dijon cardstock. Diecut the bottom handle of the tools only and adhere over the Basic Black cardstock.
Complete the larger tools by wrapping some linen thread around the top of the handle.
Adhere the sentiment around 3cm from the left of the card and 1.5cm from the bottom of the card. Position the tools so they overlap the sentiment and each other on the left side of the sentiment to complete the card.