I like this font style and this is a cute color, a deep torquoise blue. These letters probaby look best against white or light backgrounds or maybe against black. I used them on a pesto green background and had to ink the edges of the letters with Staz On Midnight Blue to add definition and make them pop on the page. The letters took the ink well. I wasn't sure they wold since they are vinyl so I was pleasantly surprised by that. I also tried adding doodled dots to them with a Signo pen and the letters took that ink too, so these are very versatile.
The only drawback to these letters is that they aren't terribly sticky. This can be an advantage when you are placing the letters on the page to see how they look. Once they are arranged, however, you may want to use Glue Dots or your favorite adhesive to make them stick permanently. For lack of stickiness, I give this product 4 stars.
This is very fun to use, I've used them on several pages now. You can arrange the alphabets on your page by not pressing them down to the paper first, then once you are satisfy with the arrangement, then only you press them down and make it permanent. Because it is vinyl, the letters don't tear easily, not like paper stickers. The colour is sharp! And you don't need to arrange them in proper straight lines.
I have fun using them and definitely gonna get more in other colour too.
These are a much deeper blue than the picture on here leads you to believe, but that's okay! I just love their funky shape. They really make a LO fun! Plus they are easy to stick and re-stick if you're like me and often place them wrong on the paper. Oops! But I haven't had trouble getting them to stay stuck. I love American Crafts letters. They are all just too cute!