Sassyzan Posted 5 Jul 2013 , 3:00am
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AHas anyone tried the petal dust palette? They sell one on amazon from petal drafts. Is petal dusts, but in a wafer instead of loose powder. I'm curious as to how well it works. I have already bought about a dozen petal dusts. Not sure if I want to keep buying those or try chalk pastels or try this palette idea. It says it contains "FDA approved ingredients." So that means edible, yes? That would be a nice plus.

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Sassyzan Posted 6 Jul 2013 , 1:30pm
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AAnyone ever tried this?

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auntginn Posted 6 Jul 2013 , 6:54pm
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Sorry, have never seen it, why don't you post the link so we can check it out?

Sassyzan Posted 6 Jul 2013 , 9:24pm
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Ahttp://www.amazon.com/Color-Palette-Petal-Dust-Set/dp/B007ZH8VRA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1373145772&sr=8-1&keywords=petal+dust

Ths is the 24-color Set A. There's a set B as well and 48- and 72-color sets.

sixinarow Posted 6 Jul 2013 , 9:28pm
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Originally Posted by Sassyzan 

Has anyone tried the petal dust palette? They sell one on amazon from petal drafts. Is petal dusts, but in a wafer instead of loose powder. I'm curious as to how well it works. I have already bought about a dozen petal dusts. Not sure if I want to keep buying those or try chalk pastels or try this palette idea. It says it contains "FDA approved ingredients." So that means edible, yes? That would be a nice plus.

Based on the description, it sounds like they are food safe. I like the idea of a solid instead of dust in some cases. Update if you decide to try these, I'm interested to know how they work!

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