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Colorants Complete Set by Diamond Tech

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Price $44.95
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Product Features
  • Colorants are easy to use - just add to water and mix with cement or grout
  • Concentrated colors; three ounces will color approximately 110 cups of cement
  • Set of 10 colors can be mixed to create custom hues
  • Complement or contrast your tile for bold projects
Product Description
Custom Color Your Cement
Colorants are great for coloring Mosaic Stone Cement, Jennifer's Mosaics Outdoor Cement and regular cement and grout. Its highly concentrated pigment allows you to color a lot of cement with one bottle. Includes instructions.

Complete set contains one 3 oz. package of each of the colorants, 10 colors in all.

Artist Keturah Esch used red, green and brown colorant on her apple mosaic project (shown). Dragonfly stepping stone by artist Vonnie Davie.
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Pros : A great range of color to add to grout. Easy to use.
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Heres a great idea for a night in with the ladies...Jennifer Newman, Delphis Director of Merchandising, recently hosted a Mosaics and Wine night for a few of her friends. It was a fabulous event (all of the ladies are now addicted to making mosaics. ) Heres how you can plan a similar experience for your closest friends. 1. Send out invitations. You can use a free service like Evite to send out stylish invitations to your girlfriends. We recommend no more than a dozen people. Ask them to bring an item to mosaic (a flowerpot, a wooden box, a small table, a trivet, etc.) 2. Plan your menu. Snacks and beverages like sangria, beer, salad, artichoke dip, veggies and chocolate covered strawberries are always well-received. Make it a pot luck and ask each lady to bring a food item or beverage. 3. Gather your supplies. Youll need a few pairs
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