Regal Imitation Wax Seals


Regal Imitation Wax Seals


Regal Imitation Wax Seals

Traditional wax seals have the tendency to break by the time they reach wherever they are being sent. That's why the Regal Imitation Wax Seals tutorial is a great way to learn how to make a wax seal that shows off your elegant style. Instead of wax, this is something you can add to your list of how to be successful with polymer clay projects and crafts. The freedom to use any stamp you want allows you to personalize these envelope seals with your monogram. Make them romantic, fun, or whatever theme fits you and your wedding the best.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening


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My partner and I want to make/do as much of the wedding stuff ourselves so we don't spend a small fortune so invites is one of them things- I have always loved waxed since pride and prejudice but I wasn't sure if we could do it ourselves but I'm delighted to have stumbled across this)

This is genius! Wax seals look so cool and elegant, and this is a clever way to get the look with added durability.

Wax seals are so unique and add a special touch to your envelopes. Your guests will truly appreciate the thought you put into your correspondence.

Paper invitations are so expensive - I love it that you can use tricks like this to make plain white envelopes look sophisticated.


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