Q: Can I use other pens with Spirograph?
A: Yes, the pen holes in the Spirograph pieces have been sized to fit most standard pens, markers, and pencils available on the market. For best results, we recommend using pens with a point size of 1mm or smaller. If you'd like to purchase replacement pens for any Spirograph set, click here.
Q: I lost my Spirograph instruction guide; where can I get a new one?
A: Downloadable/printable instruction guides for most Spirograph products are available on the Spirograph website product page. Click on the Spirograph product you’re looking for, then click the “instruction guide” button near the bottom of the page.
Q: Where can I get more Spirograph Putty?
A: While Spirograph Putty can be used over and over again, if you need a replacement or additional putty, you may use poster putty (also called removable mounting putty) purchased from your favorite retailer.
Q: Can I get more pages for Spirograph 3D?
A: Yes! Instructions and printable design sheets can be found here.
Q: Can I get more pages for my My Little Pony Spirograph?
A: Yes, printable design sheets can be found at the bottom of the My Little Pony Spirograph page on the Spirograph website.
Q: Where can I find more Spirograph design ideas?
A: Free bonus design ideas with instructions are available at the bottom of these pages: Spirograph Deluxe - Spirograph Design Tin - Travel Spirograph - Super Spirograph - Spirograph Art Studio - Spirograph Cyclex and Trilingual Design Set. You can also follow Spirograph on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Q: Do you have any “how-to” videos for Spirograph?
A: Yes, visit the Spirograph YouTube channel for how-to videos, demos & more!
Fashion Plates and Action Plates
Q: How do I get the best rubbing results from my set?
A: These suggestions should help you get the most detail from your Fashion Plates and Action Plates drawing sets. First place your chosen plates in the drawing tablet and hold the frame in place with one hand while drawing to secure the paper.
• Rub back and forth with the rubbing crayon in small motions on the paper.
• Rub with a light pressure; pressing too hard with the crayon may leave more smudges and extra marks outside the design.
• You may need to rub over some areas more than once. Try rubbing diagonally and sideways to fill in any missed areas. Any crayon naturally gets a wear pattern from doing rubbings, so turning it in different directions a few times while creating the design helps to even it out and reach any areas missed by the crayon.
• Be sure to rub the whole design before opening the frame or moving the paper.
• Also note: Temperature changes may affect the consistency of any wax crayon. If your crayon warms up from excess use, it may smudge. If you are experiencing smudging at any time, you may try placing your crayon in the freezer temporarily.
Q: Where can I get more rubbing crayons?
A: If your rubbing crayon wears down over time from use, it can be replaced with a high-quality children’s coloring crayon. Harder, less waxy crayons tend to work best. Adults, carefully cut the new crayon to approximately 1.75 inches (4.5 cm) in length and remove the paper wrapper from the crayon. Slide the crayon into the rubbing tool and press in firmly.
Q: Where can I get another Fashion Plates or Action Plates rubbing tool?
A: If you would like to purchase a replacement rubbing tool (with crayon), please visit our online store!
Q: Where can I get more Fashion Plates paper?
A: You can download printable design paper from the Fashion Plates website! You can also use almost any plain standard paper with Fashion Plates. It’s okay for larger paper to extend past the tablet, just be sure to still hold the frame in place with one hand while coloring, so it doesn’t move. If you wish to have paper that fits inside the fashion carry case, 8.5” x 11” paper folded or cut in half works well.
Q: Where can I get more Action Plates comic scene paper?
A: Downloadable/printable comic scene paper can be found on the Action Plates website. You can also use almost any plain standard paper with Action Plates. It’s okay for larger paper to extend past the tablet, just be sure to still hold the frame in place with one hand while coloring, so it doesn’t move.
Q: I lost my instruction guide; where can I get a new one?
Q: My Colorforms pieces aren't sticking—what do I do?
A: We recommend wiping both your Colorforms pieces and the playboard surface with a damp cloth—sometimes dirt or dust will make the playsets less sticky.
Q: Why are my Popoid tubes so stiff?
A: When Popoids are brand new, they need a little breaking in — a stretch and a squeeze will really get them popping! Compress and stretch each tube a few times before starting your creation.
Q: How do I fix an indented or flattened Popoid tube?
A: Sometimes squishing the tube closed will return it to its original shape, or you can open the tube fully and insert a capped pen or unsharpened pencil into the wide end to push out the indentation.
Q: Where can I find more Popoids construction ideas?
Q: I lost the instruction sheet for my LatchKits kit. Where can I get another one?
A: You can download new instruction sheets here. Simply choose the kit you need instructions for and visit that product page—the downloadable sheets are located toward the bottom.
Q: I can't quite get my Doodle Disc™ to advance, how can I fix that?
A: Drawing with Rotodraw takes some practice! For a step-by-step video about how to draw with Rotodraw, visit the product information page to view the instruction video. You can also refer to the instruction guide.
Q: Where can I get more Rotodraw™ scene sheets?
A: You can download more printable scene sheets right here!
Q: Can I get more coloring pages for the Lite-Brite Black Light Art Studio?
A: Yes, downloadable/printable coloring pages can be found here.
Product Safety Information
All products manufactured by Kahootz are tested for safety by a CPSC-certified third party testing laboratory to ensure compliance with all requirements of the United States Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008. All Kahootz art material formulations undergo a toxicological review for chronic and acute toxicity (eye/skin irritation, oral toxicity) to ensure they are safe for children. For any questions regarding the safety of our items, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.