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Image by echoesofstars
The "Little Love" pendant consists of an original pen and ink drawing on a painted wooden disk, which is then sealed with a clear plastic cover. In addition to the plastic cover, the sides and the back of the pendant are glazed for durability.

The pendant is ready to hang from a chain with the attached small silver-colored bail. The pendant is only 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter, not including the bail.

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plastic pen
Image by echoesofstars
The "Little Love" pendant consists of an original pen and ink drawing on a painted wooden disk, which is then sealed with a clear plastic cover. In addition to the plastic cover, the sides and the back of the pendant are glazed for durability.

The pendant is ready to hang from a chain with the attached small silver-colored bail. The pendant is only 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter, not including the bail.

Gino Chinese Writing Instrument Style Plastic Back Shell for iPhone 4 4G

Gino Chinese Writing Instrument Style Plastic Back Shell for iPhone 4 4G

  • Product Name : Back Case;Fit Model : Apple iPhone 4
  • Material : Hard Plastic
  • Pattern : Chinese Writing Instrument
  • Weight : ~10g
  • Package Content : 1 x Back Case for iPhone 4

This is a non-OEM product.Accessory ONLY, Phone is not included.

Price: $ 4.11

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How do you remove the plastic disc type security tags from clothing without damaging the material?

Question by macsuperfly: How do you remove the plastic disc type security tags from clothing without damaging the material?

It was a halloween outfit bought by a relative who forgot to get the tag removed. needed for a childs party tonight.

Best answer:

Answer by LittleLady
take it back to the store where you bought it and they have a machine to remove them.

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I inhaled a small piece of plastic by mistake?

Question by Natasha: I inhaled a small piece of plastic by mistake?
I was chewing on some plastic from my pen and breathed in and it went down my throat by mistake. It was about one third the size of my pinkie nail and I was wondering what I should do. I haven’t been choking or coughing but I wasn’t sure if I should be worried.

Best answer:

Answer by Catt
Nah,,,,,,,,,,,,99.9% chance this too shall pass,,,,,,,,,,,if u get my meaning.

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Cool Plastic Pen images

A few nice plastic pen images I found:

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Image by echoesofstars
The "Sunshine" pendant consists of an original (OOAK) pen and ink drawing on a painted wooden disk, which is then sealed with a clear plastic cover. In addition to the plastic cover, the sides and the back of the pendant are glazed for durability. The pendant is ready to hang from a chain with the attached small gold-colored bail. The pendant is only 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter, not including the bail.

Like it? Please check out the links in my profile for more info.

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plastic pen
Image by echoesofstars
The "Sunshine" pendant consists of an original (OOAK) pen and ink drawing on a painted wooden disk, which is then sealed with a clear plastic cover. In addition to the plastic cover, the sides and the back of the pendant are glazed for durability. The pendant is ready to hang from a chain with the attached small gold-colored bail. The pendant is only 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter, not including the bail.

Like it? Please check out the links in my profile for more info.

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plastic pen
Image by echoesofstars
The "Sunshine" pendant consists of an original (OOAK) pen and ink drawing on a painted wooden disk, which is then sealed with a clear plastic cover. In addition to the plastic cover, the sides and the back of the pendant are glazed for durability. The pendant is ready to hang from a chain with the attached small gold-colored bail. The pendant is only 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter, not including the bail.

Like it? Please check out the links in my profile for more info.

how do you remove pen ink on factory-sealed plastic item but not tear the plastic?

Question by Max_123: how do you remove pen ink on factory-sealed plastic item but not tear the plastic?
its a factory sealed item covered in plastic. i want some pen ink on the plastic removed but don’t want to tear the plastic!

Best answer:

Answer by Dowlinggram
Hair spray will remove ball point pen ink Try a little on a q-tip first in an inconspicuous place, first. I don’t think hair spray will harm plastic but better safe than sorry

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Cool Plastic Pen images

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What’s in my camera bag – March 2012
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Image by thatgrumguy
Whilst my computer was rebooting for the 4th time this morning, I thought I’d update my "what’s in my camera bag" pic since things have changed a lot in the past few months.

I no longer carry around my DSLR as my primary camera as my lovely girlfriend bought me a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX9V. It is a smashing bit of tech for it’s size. Alas, it does miss a lot of manual settings that I thought I’d be OK with but it still is a powerful little beast in the end.

My bag consists of:

1 square of post-its – you always should carry sticky notes with you wherever you go
1 SD card / battery holder – mostly useless unless I need to loan an SD card to someone. Less likely to lose it.
1 dirty microfibre cloth. I really should buy a new one… Does the job tho.
1 pen.
1 power adaptor for the battery charger
1 power charger. Bought from Hong Kong for a 6th the price of a proper Australian one.
1 camera.
1 Crumpler bag and Carabiner doohicky.
1 plastic battery case. It does nothing.
4 SDHC cards (2x Sandisk Class 4 16 gig, 1x Sandisk Class 6 4 gig & 1x Lenovo Class 6 4 gig)
3 assorted batteries (1 made by Sony, the other 2 pirated)
1 BARSKA Accu Grip Handheld Tripod System. Best thing ever for this camera. Has a tripod mount on the bottom for add-ons.