48 Pieces Christmas candy cane pen cane ballpoint pens with black ink candy cane shaped pen for Christmas party stationery supplies
Reliable material: The candy cane pens are made of plastic with bright color, light weight and write smoothly, long time writing will not easy to make your hands feel tired, the length is approx. 19 cm/ 7.5 inch, proper size for your use.
Candy cane shape: Look like snowman cane shaped candy with classic Christmas stripe color, lively and funny, the plastic pens will add a touch of winter fun favors for a classroom Christmas party or other holiday gathering.
Ideal Christmas gifts: The cute candy cane shaped pens are wonderful choices for you to give your friends or families as Christmas gifts, express your love and cherish to them, they will like such gifts very much.
Specifications: Material: plastic Size: approx. 19 cm/ 7.5 inch Color: as shown in the figure Quantity: 48 pieces
Package includes: 48 x Candy cane pen
Note: There may exist slight color difference due to different screens.
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