Mini Smile Face Playing Cards
These cards are quite small so check the measurement to make sure they'll fit your need. Their small size allows them to fit in the fillable Easter eggs.
March 22, 2010
Great for kids
Great little decks of cards for little hands. Each deck comes individually shrink-wrapped. Great little novelty, no quality issues here at all.
August 22, 2012
These cards are tiny and cute. I only wish they had a plastic case to contain each deck of cards. Once opened they will need a rubber band around them. Overall though, a good purchase.
November 27, 2010
I use these to make "Sequence" board games for the family. I decoupage them onto masonite board along with pictures of family members.
October 31, 2010
Our therapists give these out as prizes. The kids really like them.
October 28, 2009
I ordered 4 dozen of these. My order was short half the cards I needed because of the way they were packaged (packaged as 6 instead of 12). But customer service was very helpful and had them ship the rest overnight free of charge.
When I got the 2nd order in, I noticed they were manufactured differently than the others I had. Both had the smiley faces but there were other differences. I'll review each type separately since both had pros and cons.
Pros for both styles: Very cute and tiny, priced reasonably.
Cons for both styels: printing registrations was a little off on the design. Wrapped individually in shrink wrap -- no permant case for each deck.
The "thin" style of cards: The first decks I got were made of thin shiny paper, like brochure paper. The color was better, brighter but the cards liked to stick to each other. Some of the corners were rounded and others weren't....on the same card. There were a few cards that were completely misaligned, halfway off the card. 3 of the 12 decks had one card that was printed defectively. 5 of the decks had an extra card or two. I'm not sure if that's a plus or a con.
"Thick" style cards: These were the overnighted ones I received. They were easier to play with, didn't stick to each other. But the color wasn't as good -- they looked dingy. Also, 3 of the 12 decks were missing cards (at least 3 per deck and as many as 7!)
All-in-all, I liked the thicker style decks better just because you can actually shuffle and deal them. But you get what you pay for. They still made great gift bag stuffers.
June 24, 2009
These cards are a really good deal, so I am not complaining at all, but I did wish they came in little plastic cases. I would like to see the price go up a bit, but have each mini deck self-contained in a plastic case. Once you remove the plastic, there is nothing to keep the cards together when not in use. A small rubber band would do the trick though.
June 13, 2009
great classroom purchase
Great little cards for prizes in classroom. I tape them to the desks to draw for seating arrangements.
June 3, 2009