Thursday, April 4, 2013

Creating Wax Seals with Savannah O'Gwynn

Hello, friends:}

Savannah O'Gwynn here today! I've shared a way to use some Paper Smooches dies to create some custom wax seals. Plus I share some tips at the end of the video-- I've been working on this project for several weeks!! I made lots of mistakes and wanted to share what I learned:)

Here's the video:
Here's a couple of pictures of the finished envelopes: 
Here's a close-up-- I know you can't see the detail in the video! SO SORRY! 
Create a custom wax seal using different PS dies!
Use a glue gun to create a wax seal with sealing glue or crayons.
Combine different colors of wax for a custom color or dress up your envelopes with Whisker Graphics divine twine.

I hope you will try creating some custom wax seals for your next party or invites... or even just for fun! Please leave a comment below with a link to your creation or project! I'd love to check it out:)

**And don't forget if you leave a comment, please add your blog address and email so I can visit you too:)

THANKS so much for stopping by! Be blessed:}


Lisa said...

Thanks for sharing all of this info Savannah! Love the kraft envelope tied with string!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wowwwwwww!! Very cool!! LOVE it!!

donna mikasa said...

How fun, Sav! I remember sealing wax being so trendy "way back when"! What a neat way to use your PS dies! Thank you for sharing!

Samantha Mann said...

Another amazing idea!!!! Honestly how do you come up with these original, unique and amazing ideas!! Love the videos!!!! Your are born to share/instruct your creative ideas!! Wax seals - crazy amazing!!!!

Pam said...

What another great way to use PS dies!!! They work perfect for wax seals!! Thanks so much for sharing your video, and ideas!!

June K said...

Gosh, I must be old because I remember sealing wax from when I was growing up. I loved them then and I still love them now. Thanks for sharing all the ways to use dies, wax and the tips.

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