Stardust Pen Blanks - Cherry Pie

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A bright red cherry pearl pen blank is accented with gold metallic "Stardust" suspended in the resin. Bringing the extra bit of magic to your handmade creation!

  • Size: 3/4" x 5"
  • Amazing color with a touch of metallic sparkle
  • Already rounded to easier turning.
  • $5.95
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Stardust Pen Blanks - Cherry Pie

A bright red cherry pearl pen blank is accented with gold metallic "Stardust" particles suspended in the resin. Bringing the extra bit of magic to your handmade creation!

These pen blanks are 20mm (.8") x 5". Painting your tubes and/or back-painting the tube hole is recommended. Pen Blanks are priced per each.

  • Size: 3/4" x 3/4" 
  • Length: 5"
  • Style: Specialty
  • Color: Cherry Red With Gold Metallic
  • Material: Polyresin
  • Transparency: Medium
  • Shape: Round
  • Good for Threading: No
  • Priced: Per Each
  • Color
    Red
  • Material
    Polyresin
  • Blank Length
    5"
  • Blank Width
    3/4"
  • Blank Style
    Specialty
  • Blank Shape
    Round
  • Blank Transparency
    Medium
  • Manufacturers
    • Manufacturer
      ExoticBlanks
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  • Jun 18, 2021, 07:20 PM
    Has some very brittle spots so had chip out issues along the way. Had to go very very painfully slowly with a sharp carbide cutter. Not a very attractive finished product either.
  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    Just want to tell everyone that I have made a pen from each of these new materials. The gold or silver flakes do not interfere with your turning, they cut clean and do not NEED any CA treatment along the way. I sanded with 400-600-1000 grit and then buffed with the tripoli and then white diamond buffing wheels. They looked good- Ed
  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    Just want to tell everyone that I have made a pen from each of these new materials. The gold or silver flakes do not interfere with your turning, they cut clean and do not NEED any CA treatment along the way. I sanded with 400-600-1000 grit and then buffed with the tripoli and then white diamond buffing wheels. They looked good- Ed
  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    This tended to want to "rip" easily. That's no problem for me because I like to get the material off as quickly as possible. My hands were covered with red dust.rnFinished very easily.rnMy wife loves these blanks. Even though I'm a wood guy, I like them too.rn
  • Dec 31, 1969, 07:00 PM
    This tended to want to "rip" easily. That's no problem for me because I like to get the material off as quickly as possible. My hands were covered with red dust.rnFinished very easily.rnMy wife loves these blanks. Even though I'm a wood guy, I like them too.rn

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