Wax sealing set – Waratah stamp, wax sticks, spoon by Fiona Ariva
Commonly recognised as the red floral emblem of New South Wales, the waratah is a much-admired and native Australian flower. The name ‘waratah’ is derived from the Aboriginal word meaning beautiful. Its botanical name, ‘telopea’, comes from the Greek ‘telopos’ meaning ‘seen from afar,’ a reference to how the flowers conspicuously stand out like beacons in the wilderness.
This wax seal would be perfect for embellishing wedding invitation suites, cards, envelopes, packaging, gift-wrapping, journal pages and more.
Our wax sealing kit includes the following essentials:
- 1 x wax sealing stamp with a waratah floral design, measuring 2.5 cm (1″) in diameter x 9 cm (3.5″) long
- 1 x wax melting spoon
- 1 x yellow gold wickless wax stick
- 1 x champagne wickless wax stick
- Each kit makes approximately 20 – 26 wax seals
- Cotton storage bag and sliding drawer gift box
You will need to use a candle to melt the wax.
Wax stamp designed by Fiona Ariva.
In stockCuber: Fiona Ariva (Fitzroy)