I began by sizing and cutting all mats for the front of the card. I used a plain pink cardstock for the base, glittered DCWV Late Stack for 2nd layer, Coredinations cardstock for 3rd layer, and a round plain white coaster for the 4th layer.
I used Cuttlebug Folder Swiss Dots on the Coredinations paper. I then sanded the paper and inked with Tim Holtz Victorian Velvet and Dusty Concord. I used pop dots to lift the layer. Then I embossed the coaster with Cuttlebug Swirls. I also inked the embossing with the same two inks. I distressed the edges with a blade and inked with Vintage Photo. I used Low Melt Hot glue to adhere the coaster to the 3rd layer.
For the stamped image, I used Vintage Photo from Tim Holtz and clear embossing powder and heated until raised. I then used SoftColour Pencils and Odorless Mineral Spirits to do all the coloring. Once dry, I xyron the image and applied to the embossed inked coaster.
This is my first try at the "Gamasol" method. I really enjoyed it and I think it turned out pretty good. I will be trying to perfect this method over the weekend. So stay tuned for more coloring with Gamasol. I am sure I will doing more of this technique in future!