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Faber-Castell Grip & Sheaffer VFM Prize Draw – Day 4.
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I usually write the alphabet, upper and lowercase, when I get a new pen.
I think I’d probably sign my name as I would for work to see the flow.
I would take it to school where I volunteer so I could write in the reading files of the children.
My name and address!
I tend to do a little doodle to test a pen 🙂
Yeah the very first thing I would write would be my name but then I always write “To thine own self be true”
I love the design of the Faber Castel pens.
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
I normally just do a quick scribble to test it.
First thing I write will probably be my name though, on a form of one kind or another.
I scribble to get the ink flowing and then write a couple of random greetings to myself.
I would write hello and a smiley face, as if the pen had come to life!
I usually write my name.
As I am currently studying for exams, I’d probably baptize it by fire with a long note-taking session!
A scribble to test 🙂
Definitely a scribble test or swirly doodle
Probably a shopping list
My pen testing phrase: “Hoping to see you down on the farm,”
a list of some sort
I would write a sentence.
a letter to my friend in Canada
A swirly scribble. They usually end up looking like tornadoes.
I would write an alphabet to see how all the letters look.
In the beginning was the Word and I would start with the Word.
Probably “testing” which I do for all new pens.
If it is a fountainpen, The quick brown fox …
I usually scribble a bit first, then write the alphabet.
I write the thing that people can’t write.
I usually write the name of the pen and the ink.
I write Dear as I would be penning a letter
I usually do my name.
“This is my new Sheaffer / Faber-Castell pen…”
It would be a squigly line, that’s how I test pens
I usually write the name/brand/style of the pen, very boring, but useful.
I would write a post it note for my husband and leave it on his pillow
a tick!!! usually pick up a new pen when marking work!
Normally just a squiggle :oi
boring but I always test with “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” to make sure it writes every letter well
My children’s names
I would draw a flower first, then write my name.
Probably some kind of list, I do love my lists!
Oodles of doodles is what I would scribe firstly with a new pen!
i would write my mum a letter she loves hand written letters 😀
Write a thank you note 🙂 I’ve been well brought up!
I always write my name with a new pen too.
A grocery shopping list! I love lists and write lists for everything 🙂
My shopping list or a reminder on sticky notes.
Probably a list, as I always seem to be writing them!
A thank you letter to you.
To do list, it’s always on the go!!! Lovely prize, thank you 🙂 xx
My name x
Write the most common thing I usually write to test the agility of the pen. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
I would probably use it to write in my diary
a postcard competition that i love entering x
To add another item to my very long to do list
My shopping list
I would write out the football fixtures to do my weekly predictions!
I’d write my to-do list
Bit of scribble
A scribble to test
A flower doodle
Just a scribble to test!
probably a sudoku
I’d get straight on with adding to my ‘to do’ list… 🙂
A thank you note 🙂
I would write “The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog
i would write the opening line to my first novel
A Letter Of Support To A Friend Who Is Going Through A Hard Time Right Now
A thank you letter to you for my fab prize
I would be boring and write my name!
Hazel Rea – @beachrambler
Most probably my name 🙂
Shopping list 🙂
I wouldn’t write text. I would probably just doodle a pattern….or things which should only be seen on the walls of mens bathrooms.
Probably my name?