How to Create and Store Wax Seals for Future Uses

by Kymona Tracey

Hello everyone, I'm so happy to be here with all of you. I'm here today to show you how to create wax seals for future uses.

Yes, sometimes it's just easier to create a bunch of wax seals to use whenever you need them versus making them each time. The Summer Nights Complete Wax Seal Release Bundle is perfect for this.

Take a look at these wax seals:

Aren't these seals amazing? They are fun to make too. Mixing colors or going plain is a choice that will make each seal different.

Here's how I created them:

Decide on what color you want your wax seals to be. You can choose from either:

Garnet
Rose Gold
Enchanted Gold
Sapphire

Decide on whether you want to use the Wax Sticks or the Wax Beads. I've used them interchangeably, but I prefer the beads. They are easier to use, with no cutting involved.

Once you decide on the colors, gather the rest of your supplies, the wax spoon, candle, lighter, and small plate or glass coaster.

Put 4 wax beads in the spoon, and place them over the candle.

If you look closer, I mixed a couple of colors to see how they would turn out.

Once the wax melts, pour the wax out on the glass coaster or plate.

Pick the stamp you want to use, and press it into the wax. Wait a couple of seconds, and pick it back up.

Beautiful! That seal turned out nicely. The colors are perfect together.

Let's take a look at the different stamps you can use:

Now that we have a good amount of wax seals done let's add some adhesive to the back and store them later.

Remove one plastic backing and add one glue dot to the back of each stamp.

Please do not take the second plastic piece off of the dot so that you store them.

Once you add the glue dots to all of your wax seals, store them in the plastic case the beads come in.

Now you can use them on any envelope, card, or gift package you have. I hope you enjoyed this project. Would you create some wax seals for yourself? I would love to hear your thoughts. If you would like to see one of these used on an envelope, click here.


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2 comments

Liz O February 4, 2021 - 10:38 pm

Thanks for sharing these tips Kimona, This is the perfect project for a “ mojo less” afternoon.

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tara prince August 25, 2021 - 8:07 am

so gorgeous

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