Gingersnaps the challenge was to use Wax. I've played with Wax in my melt-pot but not overly happy with the results. When swapping comments with a friend told her I'm a bit stumped, not to worry said Cath you'll think of something you always do. Thanks for the vote of confidence Cath.
The answer of course was to get out the wax crayons. The cheapest money could buy from the £1 shop. Piece of watercolour paper masked with TH clock and DI, then sprayed with Glimmer mist. Happened to have some Tyvek laying around that had previous been sprayed with the same GM. Added the Tanda Seagulls in black ink and then the fun part.
Iron on cotton setting, used to warm part of the page (while heating it cover the page with some grease proof paper to protect the iron) and crayon quickly scribbled over to melt on the warm area. Repeat with various blues, greens, purples, red, orange and yellow. The Tyvek was then laid in place under the grease proof and then iron it. The Tyvek starts to disintegrate making a textural holey foamy piece which was glued on top.
Paper then attached to corrugated card base, another piece of the same card cut to make a frame. The frame was coated with wax using the iron again. When it was completely covered more wax was added melted by heat gun and finally still with the heat gun ep melted into the wax.