Hello Crafty Friend Cards | Wax Seals

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Hey friends! So I did a thing – I pulled out some things I collect/hoard πŸ€ͺπŸ˜‰ – and USED them. Now to be 100% honest – I don’t have an issue with collecting crafting things. I get joy out of it and out of adding to my little collections, and I am totally ok with not using them if I don’t want to. That said, I was in a mood to use the things so I did! Specifically I pulled out a bunch of my wax seal making things and made a bunch of wax seals:

I have a playlist over on my YouTube channel where I’m slowly adding videos that I’ve done making wax seals, talking about wax seals, etc. You can check that playlist out HERE <——-click! in case you missed any of those videos.

And here are the cards I made with the seals:


To see how these cards came together check out my video below:

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  1. Oh wow! I love this idea and am old enough that I can appreciate wax seals. I think I should have been born in the Victorian era. I loved your cards and thanks for all the tips and techniques. I really want these items.

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