Twitter Roll: Happy #NationalHandwritingDay!

Happy National Handwriting Day!

Loads of people participated in National Handwriting Day today! I was really impressed by all of the artistic & insightful posts & comments that people generated on their social media pages with the hashtag #NationalHandwritingDay. In honor of everyone’s participation in this very pen-terrific holiday, I thought I’d highlight a few of my favorite celebratory Tweet Pics on the Shoplet blog:


Leila Singleton has gorgeous penmanship! Follow her at @leila_singleton or visit her website. Leila let me know that one of her favorite types of pens to use when sketching is Bic :)


Lauren Mira posted this lovely image, reminding us what National Handwriting Day is all about (celebrating your uniqueness!). Follow her @laurenmira or visit her awesome blog, MixieStudio.


Boutique marketing & design agency The MOD studio came up with a game called “Guess the Web Developer’s Handwriting.” Very clever :) Follow The Mod Studio @theMODstudio or check out their business here. 


Pilot Pen USA was TOTALLY cool this National Handwriting Day! They actually wrote out a response to each @PilotPenUSA mention *high five.*


Teacher, blogger and overall optimist Kerry Weymouth tweeted this lovely image of an ink gel pen with stationary! What better way to celebrate National Handwriting Day than to write meaningful letters? Follow Kerry @kerryweymouth or visit her brilliant website.

Texas A+M

Texas A&M tweeted the most elegant script! Follow them @TAMUCT


And here’s the little handwritten thinger I made to honor this very special day :) Follow Shoplet on Twitter @shoplet  & purchase your favorite pens with us! I love pens so much, I don’t have a “top pick” pen, but the type of pen I used to sketch this image is Zebra.

Happy Friday’s Eve, everyone!

2 thoughts on “Twitter Roll: Happy #NationalHandwritingDay!”

  1. Kathy Pearlman says:

    I had an article published in my local paper several years ago about handwriting. #NationalHandwritingDay

    1. Diana says:

      That’s awesome Kathy! We’re happy see how much everyone really cares about the art of handwriting :)

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