Traditional and flexible waxes typically come in stick form, with or without a built-in wick. Wickless is the most traditional wicked the most convenient. With a wickless stick, you must hold the stick of wax in one hand, and the match or fire source in the other, keeping it close to melt the wax. With a wicked stick you simply light the end, and then let the flame go to work in melting the wax.
If you’re a beginner, you may want to trace your seal on the envelope/paper before you begin so you have a nice target for your wax drips. Melt the wax. If using a wicked stick, light the stick and give it a moment to burn. Hold the stick at about a 45-degree angle to your paper and let the wax drip down. Press the seal into the wax
Make sure the letter/design of your seal is right side up.
Press your seal firmly into the wax, hold it there for 5-10 seconds as the wax cools and hardens, and then gently remove it. If you meet resistance when trying to pull it up, let it cool further. Allow the wax to drip into a puddle that’s around the size of your seal. Creating wax seals is admittedly pretty fun.
Package Includes: 5 pieces Sealing Wax Sticks