Which Disco Dust Is Most Diamond-Like?

Decorating By BuncoHappens Updated 2 Feb 2014 , 8:51am by tdcakester85

BuncoHappens Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 9:10pm
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Thank you!

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liz at sugar Posted 30 Jan 2014 , 11:26pm
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Disco dust is plastic craft glitter, and is not edible.


Diamonds are clear, but plastic craft glitter (even in clear) isn't going to look like a diamond.  What are you trying to make?



tdcakester85 Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 6:34am
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ADisco dust can't be consumed, but in the OSSAS rule book disco dust could be used only on items that would/could be removed (gum paste brooches that wouldn't be eaten, perhaps.) All that aside, if you look at a diamond it seems to reflect the blues and yellows of the spectrum more than the other colors. This summer, I ordered clear blue and clear gold from Lusterdust.com and perhaps if the surface were painted with super pearl or even edible silverleaf before sprinkling the disco(more clear blue than clear gold) it would give a diamond-like sparkle, if not Swarovski crystal at the very least. HTH!

BuncoHappens Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 1:55pm
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Thank you, that is exactly what I was looking for!

tdcakester85 Posted 2 Feb 2014 , 8:51am
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AYou're welcome!

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