I usually don't review art-related things because they usually leave me griping about how people don't seem to know how to use the programs that are out there anymore.
This is an exception to that. It's well done paper miniatures (as I refer to them, probably causing someone angst).
If you were making these the way it's directed, you'd probably need to use cardstock. I have a trick that doesn't always work, but allows you to use paper, where I just leave the base folded, and have both sides of the miniature taped together at the head, like a triangle. While these would be pretty topheavy for that, if you were to add some weight to the bottom (maybe put one of those little pencils that some places have in there, or use double sided tape to attach it to a base?), you'd probably be able to get them to work with standard paper. Sure they have bases too, but I could see that ending poorly, if your manual dexterity and craftsmanship don't work together..
Either way, they're a good product, and you can really have a lot of fun with these in a campaign. I guess if I were to gripe, the Red team is yellow, and the Gold team is black, which baffles me.