I usually share my process in creating these pages, so even though I've already shared the finished work in my review, I've posted my process for today.
1. I created wax embellishments by melting some copper colored sealing wax.
I was very careful to clean out all the bits of wax, and wiped it down. The Amazing Remelt can be remelted and re-used, so I didn't want any wax left stuck in it.
I left the page overnight to be sure the decoupage glue was well and truly cured. An hour or so would have probably been sufficient, but napkins are not archival, so I wanted to be sure no moisture was trapped in with them.
Viva Decor has a product called Inka Gold, which is, in essence, a colored cold beeswax (as opposed to the hot melted wax, you traditionally use for encaustic.
It gives your work that melted encaustic work along with beautiful shimmery colors. It doesn't spread easily, so it can take a little while to cover a large area. Once spread on and dried (it dries almost immediately) it doesn't come off.
I worked the beeswax into the crevices and brought out as much of the texture as I could, while leaving the ridges the white of the napkin.
On one of the napkins, I drizzled some of the sealing wax into the words 'Thinking About You' (which should have been Thinking OF You--ah well). Then I tore off the piece of napkin with the words, and decoupaged it onto the page. I should have written out 'thinking' in three stages. I tried to write too many characters and the wax set too much, so the 'ing' isn't very good. It was my last napkin, though (we don't use napkins much around here, lol) so I used it.