HIGHLIGHTS: BlogHer 2013 (Spirograph)
Some things are too much fun to share with the kiddos. Case in point: Spirograph. One of my favorites as a kid, the updated versions are SOOO much easier to use. The kits come with everything you need to begin – two different colored pens, multiple template wheels, even a pad of paper!
Gone are the days of pinning or taping your main ring to your paper thanks to the included reusable ‘clay’ that keeps the ring in place.
Who needs instructions? Not me! I quickly grabbed the other pen and began my second pass (and third…).
What’s even better is they also include full instructions and examples for those of us that are a bit more creatively-challenged.
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25 thoughts on “HIGHLIGHTS: BlogHer 2013 (Spirograph)”
as a kid I always loved these~ So glad they are still around.
How much fun. I remember something similar to that when I was younger.
So they are making these again! I loved my spirograph as a kid, I’ll definitely check these out for my kids.
I remember those! I loved playing with them. What a blast from the past!
That is so awesome – I remember playing with something similar growing up – I really want to get one of these for my kids
I LOVED these as a kid. I will have to get one for my kids because I think they would like it too! Thanks for the blast from the past.
So many memories!!! I was so excited to see these at BlogHer! I ended up giving mine to my childhood BFF’s daughter. She loves it just as much as we did.
Great memories! I did have one when I was little!
I totally remember the spirograph from growing up! Looks like it hasn’t changed much. I would play with it for HOURS!
My grandmother bought me one of these when I was younger. I remember spending hours making designs and her fridge was covered in them!
we have my sisters’ old spirograph downstairs!! it’s an awesome thing to be creative with
Well that was a blast from the past!! I love my Spirograph so much. I can’t believe they’re still around. Awesome
*Squeal like a little girl*! I remember having one of those as a kid! I loved it so much and spent HOURS playing with my Spirograph! I want one for my kids so badly!
It really sticks and doesn’t lose the stickiness over time? I totally grew up with the pins. lol
We actually have the old Spirograph in the game shelf in the basement. It is actually really fun for older kids and teens to goof around with! Classics never die 🙂
I forgot about these. I used to love my spirograph. I’m sure my grandkids would love to have one, too.
I used to have one of these when I was a kid, my kids would love this~!
I remember using one of these when I was a kid! It was so fun.
i used to have So much fun with spirograph when I was a kid! My kids would love this! Thanks for the memories!
WOW, these bring back so many memories! Didn’t know they still had these. So cool.
I love spirographs! What a blast from the past!
Wow that looks like so much fun! I remember making those when I was a kid!
We got one of these at BlogHer! So fun and takes me back to my childhood!
I saw those Spirographs at Sweet Suite and thought it was so cool that something from my childhood was returning to shelves. I plan to pick up a set for my daughter this summer for rainy-day play.
I still have my Super Spirograph – the only toy I saved from my childhood. So much fun. Now I have a blog about it with instructions, reviews and advice. http://spirographicart.com/