The pencil is a hollow tube shaped like a pencil, or a piece of paper, with a metal point. It can either be held in an open end or clipped to your body, so it can’t be used by you.
When it’s not in use by you, the pencil can be used in the same way as a regular pencil. The metal tip is a sharp point that will cut into paper or fabric.
You can also create different shapes that are similar to a pencil. This is how you make a cross-bow or other shapes; the same thing is done with a pencil. Using just the tip is easy too, just place it against the material that you’ll be cutting on.
What tools do I need?
A sharp knife to cut a hole.
A small knife for opening and closing the hollow tube.
A sharp pair of scissors to cut the end.
A small tube of glue (or any other substance to keep the two sides of the tube smooth).
How far can I put this pen?
You can cut an infinite amount of pencils with this pencil. You can cut just about everything you see! The only limitation is how deep you cut.
What about other types of pen?
Pencils for cutting shapes have been around for a long time. Today, it’s very hard to find someone who still uses a pencil to do something other than a few simple things like pen writing or writing the name of a product on a piece of paper. But you can still find pencils with lots of shapes like those on the images, and with tips that can make the sharp point cut through just about anything. Here’s the link to all types of pencils.
These tools are so useful and we are still using them, I thought I’d share with you that. What do you think?
Have you ever used a pencil for the first time? How long did you have to do it?
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