LOL ! So the Cricut is used to cut out designs on materials and it can do some pretty intricate stuff. You can do stickers on it but you need to print them first and then use the Cricut to cut them out. I've always fancied a crack at it but I don't own a printer and it can be a real ballache A few years back I used to sell customised designs for people like you see on Etsy. Was mostly stuff stickers for cars, walls etc but then I made the mistake of advertising Christmas Eve boxes and Hessian Christmas Sacks. They looked really classy and I wasn't expecting demand to be as high as it was and I didn't like to say no to people. I suffer from bad Anxiety at times and a touch of OCD. Sounds really stupid but when I was making them, I was seeing 'faults' that nobody else could when checking them for QC and constantly panicked that the clients would reject them so I did them over and over again. It completely ruined the run up to Christmas for me that year so I stepped aside and haven't bothered since. Now I just like to make custom t-shirts for the family for fun, the odd transformers logos to stick on things etc. Aaaaaaanyway haha ! From being in that world, I like Toyhax because I know they use Oracal vinyl which is the best stuff you can get for the job. Believe it or not, they are really cheap as well, even though the prices look high. Knowing how much that stuff costs in the roll by the time you factor in postage, time taken to do the actual designs, and how clever it is that they've got the cut depth exactly right as often as they do and they nail the bleed margins on each sticker. And postage to us lot as well - honest, I can't speak highly enough of them. With regards to the vinyl, Oracal is the best (IMO) but it's fiddly. You need a proper set of craft tweezers and it's easy to fold over on itself so you need to be careful. Also when you cut intricate designs on it, it occasionally doesn't cut right through on a corner. If you have a set of tweezers though, you can lift it from the other side's and gently tug it and 9 times out of 10 it will just tear the rest and remain in tact. Edit : Found a video, this lad here explains it really really well !