Monday, February 12, 2018

This took me back to the past

The other day Sandra sent me a link to check out. It was Inspirograph. What a blast from the past. I remember spirograph from when I was a kid. I don't know if it was my brother's or mine or maybe we both had a set but I do remember making all kinds of designs with it.


This is the one I made on the website.




If you want to try it out for yourself just click the link above or HERE to go to the site

10 comments:

  1. This is so cool! I recently got the grandkids the real thing, it is still popular.

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  2. i made 3 and am done, not my thing, fun for a few... I remember these but never had one, all i wanted was books and i am still that way.... play on my sweet friend.... and all my other blogger friends hoping to see these pop up. I stole it from Yaminin

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  3. Well that sure looks like it is fun to do. We like your design. Thanks for the info. Have a great day.

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  4. How fun, Ann!! I did try it. Mine wasn't nearly as pretty as yours but it was fun all the same. Thank you for sharing this site. Blessings~ Andrea (from her new "home" on Blogger) xxx

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  5. Om and I both loved the Spirograph. We would often buy fresh colored pens for Christmas so we could play until the ink ran out.

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  6. How fun. I remember these. I'll have to go play.

    Have a fabulous day off, Ann. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

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  7. got to give it a try, I had fun with the toy

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  8. Ah Spirograph, I remember it well. Sounds like a fun link.

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  9. I remember our kids each had one. I just tried the link and it says 'not mobile friendly'...will have to try it when I am on the computer.

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  10. I used to have one of those and loved it! Oh the memories!

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