Win Spirograph Studio Sets

Get creative with Spirograph in 3D

The iconic Spirograph is back. Kids of all ages can draw cool, geometric creations in bright colour. The new 21st century Spirograph now comes with eye-popping 3D technology, so kids can watch the drawings jump out from the page in an amazing display. Sets are available from Β£4.99 to Β£24.99rrp.

We are offering five In The Playroom readersΒ the chance to win a Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set, worth Β£24.99rrp

Win 1 of 5 Spirograph Studio Set

With it’s geometric and swirling patterns, Spirograph has helped kids big and small to create beautiful art, stunning designs and wonderful memories for generations.

Spirograph continues this tradition in 21st century style with all new sets. The Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set also comes with cool 3D glasses that enable you to watch the different colours in your design pop out from the page in cool 3D.

The Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set Includes:

  • 12 Drawing Wheels and 4 Templates.
  • 3D Effect Dual Colour Pen, 2 Florescent Markers, 3 Colour Pens and a Rainbow Pencil..
  • Optical 3D Glasses – includes 3 LR44 Batteries
  • Spirograph Design Book.
  • 10 Drawing Papers and 1 Spirograph Sticker.
  • Sealable Storage Bag.
  • Recommended for ages 5 years and over

Spirograph Studio Set ContentsSee the new Optical 3D Spirograph here:

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230 thoughts on “Win Spirograph Studio Sets”

  1. Spirograph is a classic game and I used to have this set when I was younger. I like how they have slightly changed the design and put the 3d element into it to keep up with the times.

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  2. Myself & my Brother has a spirograph every year when we were little, that was in the 70’s! I loved it & was found laying down on the living room floor busy with my spirograph Christmas Morning

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  3. I think they are wonderful and encourage creativity as well as develop hand-eye coordination! I had a set when I was little and I loved it! I remember having a set of coloured biros so I could create lots of colourful designs!

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  4. Yes I did have spirograph when I was a child and used to spend hours playing with it, would love to have a go with the new version it looks great.

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  5. I loved my spirograph when was a kid. My friend was fantastic at drawing and art, I was not but Spirograph helped me enjoy being creative. Y

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  6. I don’t think I had a Spirograph of my own as a child, but I did play with some. However, I just got a regular set as an early Christmas gift today! I can’t wait to try it out.

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  7. I had a spirograph ,it would have been in the 60’s and enjoyed using it,it has been revamped for my grandkids generation!

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  8. I never had one of these. but my 10 yr old daughter has informed me she would like one for christmas so it seems a toy / craft thing which is never going to go out of fashion!

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  9. yes, i had one when i was younger, these seen more advanced, my daughter loves anything with colours, and art. She would adore this

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  10. Yes I did I still have some in the original box, I would give it to my grandson and hope he gets the enjoyment that I had playing with it all those years ago

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  11. I’m excited for the new version of this classic activity. I played with my so long the first time that I got a headache that lasted 3 days …. After that my mom limited my time with mine. She had to his it from me …. LOL

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  12. I never had my own, may have used my sisters but never really got the hang of it. This looks lovely though, bright, creative, fun – my kids would really get a thrill from it and I’m sure I would too!

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  13. I did have a spirograph as a child but struggled to find pens that would fit through the holes when the pens that came with the set were used up.

    I had many a happy hour playing with this that I’m thinking of buying this as a gift for a friend’s daughter.

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  14. I think it is an excellent product. It helps with a child’s co-ordination and imagination. I have fond memories of spirograph as a child

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  15. i remember spirograph been huge when i was little.it always seemed to have loads in there and me and 2 of my older brothers would play for hours and make loads of brill pictures and we would so love colouring them in with our smelly feltips.

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  16. I had a something similar to a spirograph when i was younger but the technology now has made it a whole lot better , I think they are fab and will keep the children entertained for hours, would even have a play myself πŸ™‚

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  17. Love Spirograph it seems to be a timeless game. I had one as a child and used to create patterns and then colour them in, loved it πŸ™‚ Merry Nearly Christmas

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  18. I had a Spirograph as child in the 1960’s and loved it ! I think the 3d glasses are great idea and i know my Grandson would love this as he loves drawing , takes after his Nan ! x This is making me feel old lol !

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  19. I use to have one when i was around 8, Use to love making patterns and also use to make shapes to vut out to make diy barbie clothing lol

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  20. I had a spirograph as a child, so would love to have a go with this current version…sure my granddaughter would share

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  21. Yes I had a Spirograph πŸ™‚ It was blue with red inserts if I remember rightly, I got it for my birthday and I remember sneaking it into my bedroom and making designs past bedtime!

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  22. My sister used to have one, i remember she would never let me play with it. My daughter loves playing with her colours, and drawing, she would love this

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  23. I love this. I felt all nostalgic looking at this post because it rends me of my childhood. Im so happy they are bringing this back!

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  24. I used to love this when I was younger!! All I used to do was draw and colour so this was perfect. Not surprised its still around! I’ve yet to see Blow pens anywhere recently though.. those were another favourite πŸ™‚

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  25. I totally loved this when I was a kid, I wasn’t any good at Art so this gave me a way to be creative. I’d really enjoy discovering what it’s all capable of doing now. Dxx

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  26. I used to love this as a child, i wouls sit there for ages drawing with it, i think it will still be a big hit with kids

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  27. Our whole family played with Spirograph as kids back in the seventies, my kids haven’t tried it yet (would be fun to have a go myself again probably!)

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  28. I had one many years ago when I was little LOL and loved it! I would love for the grandkids to have fun with this at Nana’s home!

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  29. Spirograph was my favourite thing to do as a child. The new version looks interesting. Would be worth trying it. Hopefully my children would enjoy it!

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  30. I had one and loved it – my daughter is similar to me and she would love creating the patterns and making birthday cards and things with them πŸ™‚

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  31. i loved spirograph as a child. and this new one looks brilliant im sure my eldest daughter would love it and my youngest daughter would give it a try though might be to hard for her yet

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  32. Was telling my kids about this only the other day..I absolutely loved it and spent many hours making so many different designs and patterns

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  33. I loved my spirograph. Apart from constantly spilling the little red pins and having to pick them up. I always managed to stand on one. Ouch!

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  34. yes i did have one and absolutely loved it! didnt know they were still going until my daughter recently pointed them out at the shops!

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  35. My sister had one and she was much better at it than me! I assume that’s because she was older than me, but I found it very frustrating! Hoping my children will find it leaser than I did!

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  36. My sister had one of these I had a younger paint version where aint was dripped on to moving vard all turned out very pollock BUT I did play with spirograph when sister wasnt looking I think it’s up there with etch a sketch utterly timeless and still going strong.

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  37. I think that this looks amazing, I had a spirograph when I was younger and I would love to be able to give this to my daughter!!!!

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  38. Love this when I was younger, had the original set though with all the different sized wheels and used to get awfully frustrated when it slipped ruining my masterpiece!

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  39. wow, i loved this as a kid, i was really creative and my youngest is a leftie too so she loves crafts. this would be great for xmas.

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  40. I had one as a child and absolutely loved it. One of these is on my daughters Christmas list so would be great to have another in the house to enjoy as a family.

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  41. Yes I did have one, in the late 60’s/early 70’s. I think it will appeal to children more these days due to the 3D glasses

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  42. I had one of these in the 60’s and loved it, did drawings and made cards. Would love to win this for the grandchildren.

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  43. Spent many happy hours using one with my children when they were young and would now like to share the experience with my grandchildren πŸ™‚

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  44. Yes i used to have one as a kid and spent many hours playing with it. I love thr look of this and our family would love it.

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  45. My son has started becoming ever so creative, I think this is an awesome idea for kids, it gets their imaginations working!

    I had a Spirograph as a kid, whoever didn’t is really missing out, brilliant products!!

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  46. Yeah I had it as a child, and I had a different version about 15 years ago, like a pendulum version. This one looks pretty cool, we already have 3d pens but the kids can’t quite get the hang of them. Maybe this would help them to understand how to layer them to get the right effect.

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