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post #46 of 49
That's weird!! Its been used in Australia and the UK to colour GP flowers and leaves etc for decades!

Did you ever suggest it can be eaten? It falls under the same category as disco dust - nontoxic, but shouldn't be eaten...which is why its used on GP decorations.

Sorry to hear you were almost lynched for suggesting it!

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post #47 of 49

Has anyone ever made this and mixed it with Luster dust to make it shimmer. Is it possible to paint with it? I would think you would need A LOT of chalk to make a pant because it would dissolve. 

post #48 of 49

I am trying that today, I hope it works! The petal dusts you buy cost quite a lot of money! I don't have that much money to just spend of dust!!!!! icon_biggrin.gif

post #49 of 49

Since this thread, I've been using chalk, soft pastels and make-up.  They work great and I can create my own colors.  Loved the idea and they work very well.

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