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Newbie April 2021 Alberta

Wax sealing

Katelyn, on January 10, 2021 at 04:35 Posted in DIY 0 6
Hello all!

Anyone else want to dabble in wax sealing their wedding invites??
I'm looking to get a custom monogrammed wax sealer. I'm looking for wax and kit to go along (warmer and spoon) looking in Canada or US. ive tried looking on Amazon and Etsy but I'm not finding anything I like.


Latest activity by PetersCarol, on February 19, 2021 at 06:46
  • Megan
    Newbie September 2022 Ontario
    Megan ·
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    This is what I am planning to do...I know someone who did it and her only suggestion was to have a few extra sticks for trial and error

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  • Gloria
    Expert October 2022 Ontario
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    So I know that the person that's doing our invites definitely does wax seals. Jenna @ ThePolkaDotPapershop .. not sure what the pricing is but worth a try Smiley smile

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    Newbie July 2022 Alberta
    Nicolle ·
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    Hi Katelyn,
    I'm looking to do this for my invites and found this website -! They do custom stamps and the wax seal supplies are also on there!

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  • Christiana
    Super November 2020 British Columbia
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    Have you considered using the wax that comes in stick form and you heat it up using a hot glue gun? They look a lot easier to use and may be easier to find.
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  • Amanda
    Featured August 2022 British Columbia
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    If you haven't already check out Michaels

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  • Geneviève
    VIP September 2020 Ontario
    Geneviève ·
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    Hi Katelyn!
    I’m not sure what you want in terms of the custom portion of your seal, but if you’re mainly looking for an embossed letter seal, check out museum gift shops online (the forts and 1812-early Victorian places always have wax seal kits).
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