Seems like I can’t read a blog today without tripping over some mention of a capacitive stylus. This one comes from pocketnow.com and it’s as simple as rolling a piece of paper (for an art project or other legal activity), except the paper is antistatic film.
Common in the drawers of anyone who buys electronic components, antistatic film is used to make antistatic bags that protect electronics from static discharge. The film is conductive so static charges are dispersed around the bag rather than through its contents. The protective effect ends once the bag is opened, but it remains conductive, which makes is usable as a capacitive touch stylus. With the right cut and frame, it would be possible to fashion a permanent stylus solution from it. Might have to reconsider than Dagi stylus now.