28 Sep '17, 4am

DIY: Wax Seals on Wedding Invitation Cards and Where to Get Them

It was pretty fun to do the standings but the process is quite long! For each card, I take about 5 minutes to finish. Initially, I use a lighter to heat up the wax, which means that I have to press the lighter manually. It tires my hand out. I then switched to lighting a tealight candle instead which is much more fuss free. Stamping 10 cards actually took me an hour so it would definitely take a lot of patience for this art.

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