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At school you were taught cursive handwriting, it looked so neat and tidy then as you grow older you develop your own style.
Unfortunately our handwriting has deteriorated in recent years and occasionally Sara can’t read her own writing, (which is a sad state of affairs). Using a keyboard all day, then phones or tablets in the evening doesn’t help. Hopefully with practice and patience we can have lovely handwriting again.
The best part when using pencils for sketching, drawing or doodling is the ease of using an eraser to rub out mistakes!
Pencils are becoming popular again due to the popularity of colouring in and dot to dot books with some concerned pencil manufacturers reporting a shortage in stocks!
There are many graphite gradings for pencil lead ranging from H (hard) to B (black) the most popular for ease of everyday writing is HB (hard black) and available in huge range of colours.
Magnetic Pencil and the wow factor
Our first Write On It product was the magnetic pencil.
When we let people use the pencil it is always followed with wow!
The magnet in the tip of the pencil is very strong which makes it great to stick to fridges beside shopping lists, in the office beside noticeboards, and for sheet music stands – lots of different uses.
The HB lead is great for writing or drawing and art teachers like using it for detailed illustration work.
Find out more about our amazing magnetic pencil