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Turning petal dust into lustre dusts?

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I have some petal dusts that I would like to turn into lustre dusts. Is there something that I can add to make it shiny/pearlized without losing any color? I have added white lustre dust, but it tends to lighten the color.

 

Also, where is a good place to buy dusts and highlighters that are in bigger containers than a few grams?

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I just came across this super pearl dust. For 2 grams I think it is very expensive. Is this stuff really that much better than some of the others? I only have Wilton right now which I am guessing is probably not one of the better ones, but how does it compare to others?

http://sweetwise.com/super-pearl-4-oz.html?

This super pearl says it is made by Sunflower Sugar Art and you can't tell about the one SweetWise has. 

http://www.suppliesforcakes.com/shop/pearl-dusts/super-pearl/

 

Does anyone know if this is a really shiny gold or silver highlighter? Compared to others? I have seen others that cost a lot more, but I don't know if they are worth it.

http://sweetwise.com/gold-highlighter.html?

http://sweetwise.com/silver-highlighter.html?

 

Is lustre and sparkle dust the same?

 

I plan on ordering some stuff from Sweet Wise so if I can get more stuff from one place it saves on shipping.

If someone does not want to post their answer here they can pm me.

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This used to be called Jester's discount cake supplies, which is how I have it bookmarked . I have purchased from them for several years and find that it is the best, price-wise, of my sources. I just clicked on it and find that the name is changed but didn't take the time to peruse the site. You might check it out.

 

http://www.lusterdust.com/index.html

 

Jan

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Originally Posted by milkmaid42 View Post

This used to be called Jester's discount cake supplies, which is how I have it bookmarked . I have purchased from them for several years and find that it is the best, price-wise, of my sources. I just clicked on it and find that the name is changed but didn't take the time to peruse the site. You might check it out.

http://www.lusterdust.com/index.html

Jan
Thanks I will check them out.
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