|Brand Name||Charles Leonard|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.5 x 4.2 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||64530|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||64530|
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Creative Arts by Creative Arts by Charles Leonard Wiggle Eyes, Peel'n Stick, Black, Assorted Sizes, 100/Bag (64530)
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- Wiggle eyes
- Flat back for gluing
- Great for all craft projects
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With over 70 years of experience in the School and Office Supply markets, Charles Leonard Inc. is not just one of those online “Pop-Up” shops that are here today and gone tomorrow! With Charles Leonard products, rest assured that our products provide the quality and value you expect. These Peel n' Stick wiggle eyes will bring excitement to all of your arts and craft projects! Wiggle eyes bring life to dolls, animals, toys and more. With a convenient peel 'n stick self-adhesive, these wiggle eyes can go on any creative masterpiece. Each bag contains 100 round, black wiggle eyes in an assortment of sizes, ranging from 7mm to 15mm.
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One downside of these eyes is that the paper backing protecting the adhesive is sometimes difficult to remove as there is not a tab or extra bit of paper to grab on to. Suggestion to the manufacturer: Add a tab or bit of extra room around the paper backing so that it is easier to remove from the plastic eye.
They are a little bit hard to get the back off. But even without long nails my husband and I can get them off. I have 2 on my badge for work and they get knocked into things all day long and they have yet to loosen.
If you want to be able to stick eyes up quickly, these are not the eyes for you. If you have a little bit of patience, or a pocket knife, they do come off.
Now where to put them all.
Peel the paper off the back of the eyes, then stick them to things. The irises dance around inside each eye, which is how they named them "wiggle" eyes.
The only improvement I can imagine for this product is having them in the bag as matched pairs, attached to a piece of wax paper. This would make them easier to match, and easier to peel, thus solving the most time consuming issues in the operation of these eyes.