"Technically there is nothing wrong with the design or the printing of these labels but I didn't expect all the chevron backgrounds for the the Idaho design to be pink. I thought that the colors would be assorted, similar to what is shown here. However, it doesn't indicate in the description one way or the other. If I would have known they would all be pink I wouldn't have ordered them. This is the first time I have been disappointed in an order from here and I've been ordering for over 20 years!"
– Krissy Horrace, Boise, ID
"Contrary to what the other reviewer stated about the labels not showing their background color, they actually do. There is a second image that shows what background color comes with each state. My gripe is that Washington State is called the "Evergreen" State because of all the evergreen trees, and yet the background is YELLOW. Doesn't make any sense and it seems like not a lot of thought went into choosing the colors."
"Ahem. Perhaps you missed the class in US History that explained the end of a dispute between Michigan & Ohio, whereby, Ohio got Toledo, and as compensation, MI received northern land that included the eastern 3/4's of the Upper Peninsula (UP). That same year (1836), the Ottawa and Chippewa Nations ceded an area of approximately 13,837,207 acres to MI, completing the UP, and the MI borders as we know them today. Your depiction of MI is missing 1/3 of the state. Bet sales to ‘yoopers’ are slow."