Wax seals are engraved metal pieces. When it is pressed into wax, it leaves an impression of the engraving.
Wax was used to seal letters and later, from about the 16th century, envelopes.
Nowadays, wax seals are used to finishing wedding invitations, envelope seals, produce certificates, for crafts as corporate gifts, and many more.
How To Use Sealing Wax
Step 1: Place the wax in the spoon. Hold the spoon about 2 inches over the tea light. If you are right-handed, you should hold the spoon in your left hand.
Step 2: Pour the wax from the spoon onto the paper in a round pool in the position you want the seal to be.
Step 3: Press the brass seal gently and firmly onto the pool of hot wax, until the wax appears all the way around the brass seal. Leave it for about 10 seconds.
Step 4: Remove the brass seal. Now your wax impression is complete.