Luster Dust

Decorating By bigboots Updated 8 Jun 2005 , 4:56pm by Calejo

bigboots Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 1:45pm
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Can you use luster dust on bc?
I want to use it for the edges of a book cake.
And how do you use it?

thanks in advance.

7 replies
veejaytx Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 2:29pm
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I've only used the luster dust on mmf, but I'm sure it will work on BC, but you'll have to be sure it is crusted. The luster dust can be brushed on either dry, or mixed with an alcohol base liquid, (vodka, vanilla, etc.) Hope this helps! Janice

Calejo Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 3:45pm
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I haven't done it myself, but I have seen others dry-brush luster dust on buttercream. I would think the liquid would affect the buttercrem if you decided to "paint" it on.

Lisa Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 5:06pm
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I've dry brushed it on crusted buttercream. Use a really soft brush and a light touch.

bigboots Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 6:09pm
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Thanks everyone. I'm going to try it. icon_smile.gif

NEWTODECORATING Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 6:14pm
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I am in a really small town (not much to speak of with supplies) We just got a new craft store in town ad they carry sparkle dust. Is this the same as luster dust? It is a very fine powder. Or is luster dust something different?

bigboots Posted 3 Jun 2005 , 11:00pm
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Sparkle dust is a larger grain than the luster dust,
and the pearl.
Well that's what it says .I've never used either.
I want to try it.

Calejo Posted 8 Jun 2005 , 4:56pm
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Sparkle dust also has a brighter shine to it. It gives flowers and other things a "dewey", sparkly appearance.

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