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Beautiful colors for decorating clay and charms

 

WATER-PROOF | PERMANENT | GLOSSY

 

Create with raw clay, bake, and shine with a heat gun.

Or on baked clay, use tweezers to hold your piece, heat with a heat gun,

DIP into the powder or sift it over the top.

Watch it cool into a glossy permanent waterproof coating.

 

FREE: SET OF TWEEZERS TO THE FIRST 25 PURCHASES OF THE SET OF 15

Dazzle Dust coating color and sealer for Polymer Clay: palette of 3 specially created colors for polymer clay
$ 18.99
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Dazzle Dust coating color and sealer for Polymer Clay: palette of 15 specially created colors for polymer clay
$ 99.00
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SET OF 15 COLORS INCLUDES:

Palm, Aegean, Dune, Hills, Phoenix, Twilight, Berry, Grape, Cherry, Rose, Moss, Horizon, Poppin Lapis, Poppin Sage, and Poppin Smoke

SET OF 3 COLORS INCLUDES:

Poppin Lilac, Poppin Pink, Poppin Turquoise

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Dazzle Dust Special Palette does not qualify for free shipping or coupons at CreateAlong.com

 

Dazzle Dust jars are 2/3 oz, powder contents WILL settle in the mail. 

 

Dazzle Dust regular price is $7.50 per jar.

 

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Watch a quick demonstration
Frequently asked questions
Exactly how to use it with raw clay
 

On RAW clay:

Use a soft brush, sifter, or stencil to create designs or just coat the piece of clay. 

Bake on a tile or parchment paper.

When the hot piece comes out of the oven, you may want to heat it with a heat tool- crafters heat gun or the like, to bring the Dazzle Dust to 300F- the proper temperature for curing it to a glossy glass like finish.

Alternatively, you can bring your polymer clay piece to 300F at the very end of your baking cycle for 2-3 minutes. MAKE SURE YOU TENT your work with aluminum to make sure the heating elements of your oven do not scorch the top of your clay. 

Also be sure you understand your oven temps and hot spots so you don't have any overbaking accidents. 

 
Exactly how to use it with already cured baked clay, metal charms, etc.
 
 
I want to only buy the colors I want
 
 
Can I use with tools, like stencils, stamps, and silkscreens?
 
 
My Dazzle Dust is lumpy
 
 
Can I build up layers?
 
 
Will it crack?
 
 
Can I use it to seal powder/paint/leaf/etc?
 
 
Is it opaque? Or transparent?
 
 
Can I really use these with metal charms?