The packaging was very colourful and gave you an idea of how the stamps would look coloured up. The acetate the stamps were resting on was also quite thick. The stamps peeled off and adhered easily to both Rock-a-blocks and an acrylic block.
I stamped using memento ink on to normal, smooth card using both the rock-a-blocks and an acrylic block and at first glance the images seemed quite crisp, but on closer inspection the print was slighty smudgy, but was ok to be readable. I repeated this several times, but each time the print was not as crisp as it usually is with a rubber stamp.
The images are very detailed once stamped, and this made it quite difficult when colouring. I found that the whimsical style of the stamps meant that I couldn't be fussy about my colouring and it was difficult to see when an arm ended and a bag began. The colouring top sheet is invaluable in this case.
I think that they would be perfect for a girlfriend's card and the the results speak for themselves. These stamps are the largest four.