Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set

Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set – giveaway worth £24.99

Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set

I loved my Spirograph set as a child and I’m thrilled to be able to offer five of you the chance to win the Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set in the run up to Christmas!

Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set

Things have certainly since I was a child! The Goldfish & Bison Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set comes with amazing 3D technology so children can watch their drawings come to life.  How fab is that!  This particular set retails for £24.99, but prices for smaller sets start at £4.99.

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

The Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set comes with 3D glasses that enable you to watch the different colours in your design pop out from the page in cool 3D.  You can see how it works in this video.

The Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set includes:

• 12 Drawing Wheels and 4 Templates
• 3D Effect Dual Colour Pen, 2 fluorescent 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

Aimed at children aged 5 years and over I can see the Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set offering hours of entertainment.  For your chance to win 1 of 5 sets of the Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set just complete the Gleam form below.  Good luck!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 5th December 2014 at midnight.

Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set – 5 sets to giveaway worth £24.99 each

209 thoughts on “Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set – giveaway worth £24.99

  1. You will think I am making this up to win, but when me & my brother were younger we were given a spirograph every year each!. I loved it & was busy spiroing away!

  2. I had a Meccano set . It was great fun ,and so versatile . I could make an unlimited number of vehicle from it .

  3. Yes me too, I had a Spirograph and loved it, the designs were amazing and looked especially good drawn in different colours.

  4. I didn’t really have creative sets, coming from a family of keen crafters and needlewomen I always had everything separately rather than in sets. I loved felt, fabrics, embroidery threads, crochet cotton and most of all wax crayons

  5. I had a spirograph which while I loved it, I also found frustrating as it would ‘slide’ just as you were nearly finished & ruin your effort.

  6. Mine was actually my spirograph, I would play with it for hours. So I’d love to win this so my children could have a go. Thanks for the giveaway.

  7. paints and colouring pencils – I loved completing colouring books, and then making my mum display the pages everywhere 🙂

  8. I had an owl craft set as a child, it came with a wooden block board and about 100 large (sharp) nails which I had to hammer into the board and then wrap round coloured threads to make the pattern.

    It was beautiful when it was finished!

  9. I didn’t have a favourite creative set but I used to make paper dolls, design clothes and shoes 🙂 I loved colouring them with gel pens

  10. I did love my Spirograph but my favourite was Painting By Numbers kits. I really loved how I could transform the line drawings into something that (in my little mind) looked great!

  11. I used to love the scrape – foil kits we used to get in our stockings for christmas – not sure of the corrrect name – but the kit came with a really sharp nib pen which you used to scrape a picture onto black card. You could then use the sharp nib to poke your brother, the 1970’s where loads of fun x

  12. Mine was Spirograph, I loved the patterns and made then with multi coloured pens and then had them hung all over my walls

  13. Ha ha it’s quite funny but I had a spirograph as a child, I can still remember the red box it was in. Loved it.

  14. I had a spirograph and loved it but one of my most favourite things was one of those big pens with lots of different colours around the top so you could change the ink and mine smelled amazing. Many hours were spent creatively scribbling with it.

  15. My brother and I loved etch-a-sketch. We would compete with each other to try to draw things on there.

  16. We had a spirograph which we loved but I remember one of those french knitting dolls I wasobssessed with for a while.

  17. I used to have a miniature real china tea set which I loved because my mum used to make me real tea to play with

  18. Not really a set but crochet hooks, wool etc that my granny bought me, then taught me to crochet. My family had more doilies than they knew what to do with! =D x

    1. Ugh! I got questions mixed up and answered the wrong one – ha! My favourite creative set were the little felt dolls you had to sew yourself! x

  19. I had a massive role of paper and a load of paints, so I could create some really large drawings, several feet high.

  20. I used to love my Lego – better when you had to use your imagination than now when you get a set with instructions

  21. I had a Barbie dress embossing set that you rubbed a wax crayon over to print the designs, loved it

  22. Fashion Wheel, I used to love making the rubbings of the fashion doll options and colouring them in

  23. What was your favourite childhood creative set and why? Lego – it was a different toy every day

  24. I loved those pictures that you scraped off the black top coat to reveal the metallic colour beneath

  25. I used to love the one with dresses on a wheel, you could change the dress top and bottom on the womans diffrent heads. and put the paper on top to rub over it with your crayons. cant remember what it was called

  26. Meccano because it was my brother’s so it was a rare treat to be able to play with it when he was out.

  27. I loved Play Doh we had a monsters hair dressers and all the play doh ended up the same brown colour

  28. Spirograph, and another electronic toy that had holes in that would light up, had shapes with it and 2 rollers 1 went straight the other diagonal! I forget what its called

  29. Etch-a-Sketch. It was so difficult but I was convinced I could get a good picture out of it (I never did!)

  30. I had a china tea set and some wooden kitchen equipment and used to make bread dough to ‘cook and serve’. Loved it.

  31. I loved my Spirograph – I loved the way I could never work out what the pattern would look like from the templates I used 🙂

  32. I loved Fashion Wheel, I loved choosing the outfits, rubbing them onto paper & then colouring them in 🙂

  33. I loved Spirograph when I was a kid! I would draw with it for hours and then colour in all my patterns 😀 x

  34. It was a box that spun around and you threw paint in but I can’t remember the name of it circa spirograph era if that helps!

  35. I had a set that used rolled up paper spirals to make pots and then they could be painted. I got it for Christmas one year and just loved it.

  36. I had a very much loved spirograph but I also used to secretly play with my brothers metal meccano when I could

  37. I loved my brothers Meccano set probably because it wasnt mine and I had this thing which you made flowers with wire and liquid vinyl which was really messy but great fun!

  38. Definitely spirograph, play doh barber shop and colour change felt tips. There wasn’t a lot of choice like kits etc in the 70’s that I was aware of.

  39. I used to make bracelets out of cotton mouline of all colours – basicly i was making lots of little knots and using diferent colours allowed me to make different patterns – I cant do it anymore:(

  40. loved Spirograph twist and spin gears and pens and one that u placed felt tip pens in and it sprayed the ink on paper no clue what it was called

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