I really love this felt fusion. Some of the other ones i have used in the past are difficult to stick because they et twisted around them selves and stuck together, but you don't have this problem with this one and it looks fabulous, I think it provides a really classy look to a page.
The Celtic Felt Fusion Ribbon went into my wishlist as soon as I saw it show up in the superstore. It can be pretty hard to find Celtic/Scottish motifs for my layouts - so many designs incorporate Claddagh and Shamrocks, which are not helpful to scrappers of Scottish ancestry.
Today I used this product on several artist trading cards. The felt is easy to cut - it does not shift or distort while using scissors. It was minimally tricky to get the paper backing off, but only to start. The adhesive is evenly applied and none of my pieces looked as if they would lift off the paper over time. The backing always peeled away intact - keep that backing! It would make a great mask for later projects. The color is a true black with no brown undertones.
I was initially worried about the area on the felt that had wrapped around the packaging. When you cut a piece of felt off any section that had wrapped around the packaging looked like it was slightly raised or wrinkled. The adhesive is strong enough and the felt itself bounces back from the wrapping and no visible wrinkle or bubble showed up in any of the cards I made.
The only trouble I had using the felt at all was in applying it in a truly straight line. I was using 3.5 inch pieces and I had to work to make sure I lined up both ends properly - although this is a stronger felt than say the cheap felt you might use as snow in your Christmas village, there was just enough give to make it possible to lay it down in a wobbly line. I think someone more creative (or braver) than I might be able to use the flexibility in the felt in some truly inspired and amazing way. Because of the tight pattern I worked with I wonder if a looser design such as a scroll or thin floral pattern would be difficult to place without distortion. I would definitely recommend trying a smaller piece of felt to get the feel of it before using a 12 inch piece as a border on a layout.
This experience has definitely made me eager to try other styles of this product. I really can't decide if I should hoard what I have left or stick it on anything that doesn't bark, wear a diaper, or requires a daily shower.