Interview with Impala Impressions, baby casting – how it all started… part 1

I, Justine (known to most as Jay) Holcombe founded Impala Impressions, a baby hand and feet casting business in 2007 . The name was decided after wanting to use the word ‘impressions’ but I wanted it to be different to the usual hand and feet logos you see around, something memorable and catchy. I love animals and wanted something stunning yet something that fitted in with the baby image, impalas (african deer!) did that for me and sounds good with the word impressions.
I added the tag ‘ First Impressions Last’ which literally means get a lasting impression of the size of your newborns hand and feet.
I decided to get into baby casting after I was given a casting kit and did my son Ethan, it turned out really well and being able to see every wrinke, crease and life lines was truly amazing. I wanted to give other parents the opportunity to feel like I did when I saw my first cast, they are very different and very special.
I started by going to business link who were very helpful and spent over 6 months researching into products, trained with a leading UK casting company, got insured and launched in April 2007.
More to follow soon……………………….. in the meantime visit http://www.impala-impressions.co.uk for details of casting kits and services.

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