Impression Obsession began in the summer of 1998 in Williamsburg, Virginia as a part-time venture by two high school teachers. Stamping enthusiasts, they wanted to see more detailed classic images in rubber. They found a local artist who created incredibly detailed and whimsical designs of historical places, country scenes, and even outhouses! The first catalog featured 40 of these images and was sent out to 1800 stamp and craft stores. It was well-received and now, nearly 10 years later, we have over 2000 rubber stamp designs from many different artists and over 150 clear stamp sets. We're still a small but steadily growing company dedicated to producing stamps of the best quality possible.
Gives a very professional finish to hand made jewelry!
“I use these crimps all the time. Just place the crimp cover over your flattened crimp and squeeze shut with some nylon pliers. Otherwise, there will be marks left on the crimp cover if you use metal pliers and it just doesn't look as nice. Good for pieces that you make where you need to put a crimp and it just doesn't look all that good until you cover it with a crimp cover and then it looks like a small bead. I purchased these in silver too.”