Spread the material over the area. Use a mister bottle with 50/50 water and glue to keep it in place. If the area is darker the you want after you applied the glue the after it is dry take some of the material and brush over the area to bring back the color.
Oak creek canyon in Sedona, Arizona is one of the most beautiful spots in the state. Breathtaking in its red rock beauty, the canyon is often described as a smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon because of its scenic beauty. State Route 89A enters the canyon on its north end via a series of hairpin turns before traversing the bottom of the canyon for about 13 miles (21 km) until the highway enters the town of Sedona. Oak creek canon is one of the several beautiful canyons cutting into the red rock escarpment.
The ground around this area is orange in color and has many applications in building and landscaping.
The mouth of Oak Creek Canyon starts near the red rocks of Sedona, and the canyon extends northward, narrowing as it goes. It cuts through the different strata of the Colorado Plateau, revealing first the beautiful red sandstones of the Sedona area at the mouth and then white sandstones farther north in the canyon. The rim of the canyon is made of black basalt. The stream that cuts down through the canyon is scattered with large boulders of these various rock types, which have been washed downstream in the periodic flash floods that occur during the monsoon and heavy winter rains. Oak Creek originates from a number of tributary springs that come down from the headwaters of the many side canyons that join Oak Creek, including West Fork canyon. Oak Creek Canyon drains the Colorado Plateau from north to south, while the side canyons enter from the east and west. The tributary springs well up at the transition between the white sandstone strata and the more impermeable basalt layer.