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Are you excited for the UEFA Euro 2012 tournament in Poland and Ukraine? We can hardly wait so we're stocking up on our official gear now! This case has the two mascots of the tournament, Slavek and Slavko, and the UEFA Euro 2012 logo applied to the top of the zip-up case.

This two-sided pencil case has everything you need to score some sweet autographs or draw your picture of the action.

Contains:

* 10 colored pencils

* 10 felt-tip pens

* 1 blue ball-point pen

* 1 red ball-point pen

* 1 eraser

* 1 pencil sharpener

* 1 ruler

* 1 60-degree triangle

* 1 45-degree triangle

* 1 round ruler

* 1 pencil

Imported.

8" x 5.25" x 1.25"


¿Estás listo para la Eurocopa 2012 en Polonia y Ucrania? Nosotros ya comenzamos a armar nuestro ajuar de mercancía oficial. Este estuche para lápices con cierre viene con las dos mascotas del torneo, Slavek y Slavko, y el logotipo de la Eurocopa 2012 aplic

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