We were given a Spirograph for Christmas and it’s so much fun! I loved it when I was a child and it’s good to see the next generation loving this type of creativity.

Posted anonymously, 17th January 2016

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  • I loved my spirograph growing up but always got frustrated when I couldn’t do the tricky loops!


  • These are so much fun – you can feel creative even if you can’t draw a straight line!


  • I also absolutely loved my spirograph when I was a kid. I had totally forgot about them. This has given me some gift ideas for my kids!


  • WE used to receive a lot of creative presents when the kids were small, including art and craft sets, painting , drawings, bead making etc.. I think this is great for the family , especially children as it allows creativity to be developed in learning and helps them create colours , patterns using their own skills . My daughter excelled in art and never forgotten the perfect round orange she drew in year 7 . Unfortunatley she lost interest and art wasn’t her main subject of choice . Oh well.


  • My husband idly asked me if spirographs still existed, and the next day I saw about a dozen variations on sale.

    • lol a lot of the good old stuff is coming back into style

      • Everything is getting used again – love the return of retro items!


  • They are really amazing!! I love them too!


  • They are such an awesome activity – use the spirographs for cards and doodle bases too (add arms and legs and funny heads etc).


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