How to Write in a Straight Line on Blank Paper [3 Methods]

Have you always wanted to write in a straight line on a blank paper, but always find your words moving up and down the page in ugly, non-straight lines that make the whole thing seem unprofessional? We all started at that point!

We’ll help you learn how to write straight lines and become a master at making your handwriting look awesome!

Handwriting your letters gives them a more personal touch, so it’s important to learn how to do it right. There are different methods you can use to learn how to write in a straight line on blank paper, we will introduce you into the three most used methods to do this.

How to Write Straight (3 Different Ways)

1. Writing Barely Visible Lines on the Blank Paper

This method is used all over the world by the people that need straight lines and just don’t want to spend too much time doing so. It’s great if you need to write professional letters, as you will need an ink pen to do this. Technically, once you draw the lines — it won’t be unlined paper anymore.

But once you erase the lines, it will be unlined again!

What you will need:

  1. Ink pen.
  2. Ruler.
  3. Blank Paper.
  4. Eraser.
  5. Pencil.

With the help of the ruler and the pencil make straight lines on the blank paper. These lines have to be barely visible! Remember you’ll have to erase them after you write. Once you’ve placed your barely visible lines all over the blank paper, all you need to do is write your words over the lines with the ink pen and once you’ve finished just use the eraser to delete all the lines and have a blank paper with style and elegance.

Pros

  • It’s very easy to do.
  • You’re guaranteed to get the best straight lines without much effort.

Cons

  • You’ll need to make really thin lines, otherwise, your blank paper will get stains when you try to erase them.
  • Don’t press the eraser too hard! It may leave stains on the paper if you do so.

2. Using a Lined Paper Behind the Blank Paper

Another solution, if you don’t want to be erasing your lines, is to trace all your lines in a single piece of paper and then use them as guidelines behind the blank paper. This is a great way to learn how to write straight lines in a slow but effective way. 

What you will need:

  1. Pencil or ink pen.
  2. Blank paper.
  3. Ruler.
  4. Black marker.

First, use the ruler and the black marker to make straight lines in the blank paper. After you’ve finished doing this, you are ready to go! You can then photocopy as many copies as you want to. Now all you have to do is grab one of the copies and place it behind a blank paper, then press down and you will see the lines become visible so you can start your writing, you can write with a pencil or an ink pen.

As you keep using this method you will become slightly better at writing in straight lines. This happens because you’re practicing your writing on the blank paper, so it’s a bonus.

Pros

  • Your lines will be perfectly straight.
  • The blank paper won’t get any unnecessary pencil marks.

Cons

  • You’ll have to carry around the lined paper or have the time to make one.
  • You won’t improve your writing as fast as the other methods.

3. The Practice Method

The best way to learn how to write in a straight line on blank paper is to practice a lot! This way you won’t need rulers, markers, erasers or extra pieces of paper. You can practice your handwriting and become a master at writing perfect straight lines.

What you will need:

  1. Blank paper.
  2. Pencil or ink pen. 
  3. Lined paper.

Use your free time to practice. At the beginning of the learning process, use a lined paper as a reference and place it behind a blank paper, this will be good because you will be helping your hand learn to write in straight lines on a blank paper, improving your motor skills. 

At some point, as you keep doing this you will have to remove the guidelines and start writing on a simple blank paper. Write slow, this will give you time to get used it and to adjust your lines as you go, writing slow will also help you get cleaner and better phrases.

If you keep practicing at least 30 minutes every day there will be a moment where writing in straight, clean lines will become natural to you. Just practice and make a room for mistakes to happen and learn from them.

Pros

  • You won’t need anything but a pencil and a blank paper to write in straight lines.
  • You’ll have cleaner pieces of paper as you master the skill.

Cons

  • It’ll take some time before you can improve your skills.
  • Sometimes you’ll make mistakes while trying to get straight lines. 

Your handwritten letters and papers don’t have to look like a zig-zag anymore! Keep in mind these tricks and master your handwriting skills.

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