Is this flower paste edible?

Yes, it absolutely is

Does it dry hard?

The unique feature of the paste is such that in dry conditions (or with air conditioning), it hardens and in humid weather, it remains flexible but holds shape

My Petals are soft even after 4 hours. Do I wait for it to become hard and then colour it with dust colours?

In humid weather, the petals and leaves will remain flexible. You can however colour it with dust colours after 2/3 hours of making it, even if it is flexible.

Even after a day my flower is soft

This is the unique feature of the flowers made from this paste. In humid weather , it will remain flexible

What are the advantages of it being flexible?

The advantage of flowers and leaves made out of this paste, is when they are flexible, there is less breakage, especially for delicate flowers and leaves, and it is easier to assemble them into a spray or arrangement without the fear of it breaking

How well does the paste absorb gel colours and dust colours?

It takes both gel and dust colours beautifully

Will I be able to roll it thin?

The flower paste can be rolled very thin to the extent that, when placed on a sheet of printed paper, you can read the print.

What do you mean by – it doesn’t crack at the edges?

Usually when we work on flowers with multiple petals like a Rose or Ranunculus, we find that the edges of the petals crack as we work on them. With this paste, this does not happen. This is especially beneficial for people who like to take more time to make flowers and worry about every detail.

What do you mean by- blends very well with aid of water

When we want to merge joints, for e.g. - a point where two stems made with flower paste meet, we can apply a little water with brush and blend this joint to look natural and blend it with help of tools

Will it vein well?

The veining on this flower paste is very prominent

My flower has become hard?

This will happen in dry weather or if you work in an air conditioned space. However, it will soften again in humid weather or even when you hold it against steam, but will hold its shape

When can I start colouring my petals?

You can colour it with dust colours after 2/3 hours of drying time.

Which paste variant should I buy?

If you find that you are in an area with high humidity, you should use the variant for humid conditions

Can I use the variant for humid conditions even if I am not in a humid area?

Yes you can, however you may find that the flowers/ petals become firm sooner.

Will colouring and veining be the same in both variants?

Yes colouring and veining and all other features of both variants are the same

Does the flower/ petal made with this flowerpaste dry hard?

The unique feature of the flowerpaste paste is such that in dry conditions(or with air conditioning), it hardens and in humid weather, it remains flexible but holds shape. In extreme humid conditions, it is advisable to use the variant for humid conditions. You dont have to wait for the petals to become hard.You can colour the petals after 2/3 hrs of drying time though they are flexible.

My petals are soft even after 4 hours. Do I wait for them to become hard and then colour it and assemble?

In humid weather, the petals will remain flexible. You can however colour it with dust colours after 2/3 hrs of making it, and assemble, even if it is flexible.

What are the advantages of it being flexible?

The advantage of flowers and leaves made out of this paste, is when they are flexible, there is less breakage, especially for delicate flowers and leaves, and it is easier to assemble them into a spray or arrangement without the fear of it breaking

My flower/Petal has become hard, is there any way to make it flexible again?

This is one of the main strengths of this product. Just hold it against steam till it becomes a little flexible. thus allowing you more time to again work on your flower.

How long can I store this paste?

Both variants have a shelf life of 24months in the sealed packets. Once opened please use it within 6 months and use the resealable pouch provided to store it.

Do I need to store it in the fridge?

No, you can store it in the resealable bag in any place away from direct sunlight.

What is the difference between original flowerpaste and the flowerpaste for humid conditions?

The original flowerpaste works well in places where the humidity level in the atmosphere is moderate or for seasons like summer and winter where the humidity is relatively less. The flowerpaste for humid conditions has been made for places with high humidity, or for use during humid weather conditions like rainy season.