These look great and lay very nicely in a group of charms or other tags.
Even though others rated these tags poorly, i found that the metal was the same thickness as other stamping charms. Because of the shape if you stamp it hard the charm will curl(When using letters, or other small stamping patterns one at a time)If you use a pattern stamped together all at once the charm stays flat. It is possible to do if you bind the stamps together and use a broad striker on the back of all of them at onceor even 2 at a time. (I suggest using a small amount of hot glue which can be broken apart from the metal stamps-if used only in small dots, and wrapping it in wire or leather very tight for extra security.) I think these are great for adding your own trademark or brand to jewlery that you make. You need to use a light touch when stamping them, and I would like to see a larger version of the stamping charm available also. I added it to my bracelet and it looks very nice. It does take some prep time and some creative problem solving to get the plate to stay flat & stamped clearly.This worked for my purposes, and I do not have complaints about the charm. I just wish that there were smaller punch letters available to fit the charms!
Would be great if it was 5 times bigger!
I love the idea and the cut is fine, maybe to thin but that might be due to how small it is right now. It is hard to stamp and keep a hold of without a clip of some kind. When you stamp it you must be very gentle as the metal is very thin. Again I would loooove this in a much larger size. I could see it as a cute addition to other bead work plain just not stamped due to how fragile it is