Awesome Self-Adhesive Foam Glitter Letters
easy to work with
Junior Cheer Ambassadors used these fabulous sparkle letters to decorate their child size top hats (also an Oriental Trading item). They are wearing their top hats for performances and in our local parade this coming Labor Day Weekend. Everyone enjoyed decorating their hats with their names as well as with other Oriental Trading stick on decorations. Thank you for making crafts so easy to use.
June 23, 2011
The kids loved adding some glittery pizzazz to their picture frames. I bought some $1 wooden frames from my local craft store and they used the letters to spell out their names. It looked great! I only wish the letters were individually cut instead of in sheets because the kids were getting a bit antsy having to wait to get the letters they needed.
September 11, 2012
We are doing a back pack decorating event at a local hospital for children that spend a lot of time in the hospital. These letters are a fun way to decorate, but the self adhesive backing doesn't stick as good as I'd like to the fabric, but the "Glue Dots" we also purchase from Oriental help them stick great!
June 27, 2011
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 they are the perfect size, I love all the different colors, they are self-adhesive and no need for glue. I love the glittery sparkle of these letters. 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. Whenever I want to add that really special touch.
May 29, 2011
i have not used these as yet - but i thinkthey will be a hit at the party - kids love to write their names on paper:)
April 14, 2011
these letters were really beautiful!
Everyone in our nursing home loved the door nob hangers we made with these glittery letters The ladies had no trouble lifting them off the page. We even used the in-between part of the glitter sheet for little free form decorations on your packs of foam we bought separately.
All in all a great activity for our seniors--a wonderful time was had by all!
January 19, 2011
Not so great
These letters would be great if they came preseparated. They all need to be punched out of sheets.
July 17, 2010
The kids loved the letters. They are bright and very excellent quality and stick very WELL. However, OTC should state that they do not come pre punched as the MISLEADING picture shows. I was unaware and did not open the box until the party. Need less to say many children waited very impatiently for a few friends and I to sit and punch them all out! LOL We used them to decorate names on the doggie bowls for everyone's new pets(stuffed) at my daughter's 5th birthday pet themed party.
August 13, 2009
I was afraid that they would arrive with half their glitter missing but to my surprise they were covered completely! I wish that they had come in a tub instead of me having to separate them. But even after punching them out of their package there was a lot of glitter still on the letters! I was impressed with the colors. I bought these and the tropical colors and both were so vibrant...my daughter and her friends are going to love them! I've yet to go wrong with anything i've purchased from Oriental Trading!
August 6, 2009
These glittered letters are the HIT of the art room! My grandchildern, thier friends, my grown childern myself and our friends are just in love with them! They are GREAT to brighten up any art or school project. The adhesive sticks well to just about all sufaces that we have used them on so far. I'm going to try them outside on my flower pots this spring and summer and some other outside decor , just to see how they might hold up. I just wish that they would also come in lower case letters .
May 1, 2009