Vibrancy Pencil Case

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About The Art

Vibrancy

Setting your vibrance apart from others.

Product Details

Whether you're cool in school or getting inspired to start creating, this stylish pencil case has got your back. Four interior elastic loops hold your favorite pens or pencils in place and the spacious interior ensures all your necessary utensils make it inside..

  • Waterproof exterior
  • Zip-around closure
  • Interior elastic loops
  • Padded
  • Printed, cut, and handmade

Size & Fit

  • DIMENSIONS 9.5"(W) x 3.5"(H)x 1.8"(D)

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