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So at first I was pretty baffled as to what to use them for other than on a cricket to cut out decals. That being said I don't own a cricket, kinda wish I did then I would have these crazy vinyl stickers all over the house labeling everything like the OCD momma I am. However, since I don't own one and I have a friend that works at a daycare/preschool I gave them to her to let the little imagineers figure out what they wanted to use them for. First thing they did was make stickers out of them, their own unique stickers. Next several of them made frames for pictures. This actually is pretty genius as you can overlap many colors and shapes making unique picture frames for those everyday pictures. You can then stick it directly to the wall and it will hold up the picture without damaging the paint. This is deal for Kids art and for those creative teens that want to cover their walls with pics of their friends. The final craft they made with them was individual costume pieces. So for those of us who are craft-phobic the idea of DIY costumes is terrifying, however when our kid wants to be some super obscure character for Halloween we bust out the duct tape. These vinyl strips actually can replace that and the difficulty removing it covering larger surface area to give the same look. Now that I told you how we used them let me tell you about the quality of them specifically.
So from my perspective they seem to be of high quality for vinyl sheets, although my only experience with Vinyl sheets is through the various stickers I have ordered. The sticky-ness of the backing isn't so much tacky as it just effective, I didn't get any gummy feeling off them. The colors provided in the pack are very vibrant and overall I'd say for the size of the pack to the cost this is a great deal. I also like the 12x12 size as you can make 8x10 frames easily.
Thanks Tia Preston for the great work with the kids!