I bought ten of them knowing that there are several things that I could make with them. I have an idea for a Christmas gift and will tell you about it when/if I figure out all of the little details.
Because I might want to use the chargers for something else down the road I didn't want to paint over the wood. I didn't have enough white vinyl on hand to cut the images out either so I took a chance and used everyday white contact paper, which I had plenty of. (You can read more about cutting and using contact paper for stenciling here.) If it starts to peel I'll come back and update this post and let you know--hopefully it won't.
My son picked the images he wanted and chose a tractor, an airplane, and a monster truck. I found the images online and in Microsoft office, uploaded them into the Silhouette program, and then converted them into images that could be cut with the Silhouette. If you aren't sure how to do this, there is a great tutorial at Sew Dang Cute Crafts.
This is the dresser in my son's room. It's amazing how closely the chargers match it! It's rare that I find something on clearance that doesn't need to be spray painted!
Command strips are my new favorite way to hang pictures and wall art. These things really work! I used one strip for each of the chargers which should be enough, but I might still go back and add another one since they are hanging above my son's bed, just to make sure they won't fall on him.
I had so much fun making this wall art, probably because it was so easy to put together and didn't involve making a huge mess!