1000 Awesome Foam Self-Adhesive Glitter Letters
I am a Hospice Home Health patient. I always make something for the other patients and their families on the different holidays, and other special events that may be happening in their lives, birthday's, anniversary's, and sometimes I just send them a small Happy just to let them know that they have not be forgotten and that they are LOVED and Cared for.
I was really glad to find these foam letter's Foam Self-Adhesive Glitter Letters, they are the perfect size, I love all the different colors, they are self-adhesive and no need for glue. I like the way they are on sheets. Now I can add their names, do short messages with them on some of the goodies I make for them. I can use them whenever I want to add that really special touch.
May 31, 2011
I was not impressed with these stickers at all. They are so itty bitty tiny, I dont even know what I will do with the 1000 that I just ordered. Waste of money.
May 14, 2012
Really Great Buy!
These small glitter letters are perfect for adding a child's name to a small bag, purse, visor, or other party favor or craft. Similar items at Wal-Mart are priced at 2.49 for only 75 stickers. So, for the same money, you'd only get 300 letters.
I like the sheet style, because it's easier to find the letter that you want (in order) than to dig through a bunch of loose cut letters. Overall, a great buy, and I love the glittery, fun look without the mess!
June 4, 2011
I do not recommended this product, the letters are very small.
August 10, 2010
The Foam Self Adhesive Glitter Letters are NOT awesome! The picture is extremely misleading. The letters are very tiny and come in sheets not as the picture shows. They are difficult to remove and several sheets were damaged. I do not recommend these to anybody.
July 12, 2010
These foam letter stickers are hard to remove from the sticker paper and it is hard to distinguish the letters from one another. Also they had a strange moth ball smell and some of the letters ripped. I would stick with stamps or paper stickers.
February 3, 2009