Mice are known to chew off their own legs to try and escape a sticky trap, so consider the mess before you go that route. Moreover, if you lay them out, lay them flat against the wall and put some peanut butter at the end; then put a tube in front of them b/c mice like to run along walls and through tubes. They'll go into the tube and onto the trap to get to the food.
As a preventive measure, buy steel wool at Home Depot and plug any areas where they may be coming in; they can't get around it. They can legitimately enter your house through a hole the size of a nickel and you'd be surprised at how many spots you may have.
Moreover, don't buy the poison b/c as soon as the mice eat it, they immediately go searching for water and the minute they find it and drink, they die. You don't want them dying in your house and being hidden/rotting away.
Best advice: Get a deep bucket and put it underneath a counter/shelf. Take a couple toilet paper rolls and lay them over the counter's edge; dab the end of them with peanut butter. If they are up on the counter, they will walk to the edge to eat and when they do, they will topple off the counter and into the bucket.
If they are just on the ground, you can use the same idea with a plank of some sort leading up. Put some cheese/peanut butter up there and you'll likely wake up to them in the bucket.
Put a cover on the bucket and drive them far away from your house. If you drop them outside, they will find a way back in.
Old school snap traps work too. A little more humane than sticky traps and at least they'll be dead when you find them.