Friday, 28 November 2014

Giveaway- Win 1 of 5 Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Sets

I have a fantastic giveaway for something I know my 5 year old would love!
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 £4.99 to £24.99 rrp.

I'm excited that this giveaway is for five readers to have the chance to win a Spirograph Optical 3D Studio Set, worth £24.99.

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 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.

·         For ages 5 years and over


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73 comments:

  1. i loved playing with screwball scramble when i was little

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  2. My vote goes for etch a sketch, I had a little red one and would play with it for hours.

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  3. screwball scramble they now have the new version its crap :( x

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  4. Operation - the old version, not the new version where it is so easy to get the 'bits' out. Why did they change it!

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  5. steve austin-The bionic man

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  6. Teddy Ruxpin i always wanted one and never got one

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  7. Cuddly toys that talked when you pulled a string in their back - no batteries required!

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  8. The Smurfs soft toys x

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  9. the older version of the green pop up tree from fisher price

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  10. I would love Teddy Ruxpin he was an amazing toy xx

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  11. Snuggle bums not sure if anyone remember them I still have mine in the loft :/

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  12. Lights alive or lights up I think it was called, that was a brill toy

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  13. Big Yellow Teapot

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  14. I had a pair of green clackers which I received as a gift for Christmas in the 70s; these were the original clackers with bits of string not solid plastic. Whoa, they sure did hurt your knuckles before you learnt the knack of playing them. Would love to see them in the shops again.

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  15. Operation-detest the new version.

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  16. Rock'em Sock'em Robots...I used to give my big brother some real beatings on this ;)

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  17. My Doll's House - but it was never in the shops - my Dad made it for me :)

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  18. Keepers :) My daughter would love them as much as I did!

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  19. I got a fisher price set that was like a fairground, I loved it!

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  20. Vintage dolls houses that doesn't cost a fortune.

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  21. a fort and cowboys and indians they where made of plastic and we had to use our imagination but we spent hours playing...Barbara m

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  22. My Caroline's Home dolls house :)

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  23. Old fashioned Lego bricks with which you can build anything

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  24. Evil Knievel stunt bike my brother had one and I loved playing with it when he went out x

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  25. CLARE LOUISE TERRY12 December 2014 at 17:47

    Teddy Ruxpin :)

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  26. Merlin, it was an electronic toy that played noughts and crosses

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  27. id love etch-a-sketch to come back, i used to love mine as a kid! great giveaway *crosses fingers*

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