my friend and i have been planning on replacing my apple logo with a pinapple. I know there will be cutting involved but i'm kind of currious. what will i need to do this, what material could i mold the new pinapple out of?
whoa, going back to the digimon days (kids anime) the kid had a yellow laptop with a pinapple on the front of it. not sure if this is related to that or not.
most craft stores have frosted plastic boxes mostly used for beads or smaller items. you might try useing the plastic from one with a thicker lid... then carefully carving it to a pinapple with a dremel might could work.....?
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