Our 2020 Newsletter blog. All our latest news, best products, new exports, new lines, product development and plans for the New Year. May your year also be full of the best and biggest eco Giant Bubble Toys ever, with more colour and more fun for all your family!
Watch Paola create a brand new toy for Dr Zigs with the help of Danny from Junk Rescue! Find it on iPlayer and CBeebies! Our Giant Bubbles as seen on TV and our fabulous Bubble Factory and manufacturing unit.
There are many ways to buy our #ecoethicalfun giant bubble kits – you can buy them direct online from ourselves, or from some of our particularly ...
How to get rid of a wasps nest in an environmentally friendly way- relocation and friendly beekepers. AND Wasps make bubbles too!
The Independent article featuring the Best Eco Toys of 2019, featuring Dr Zigs. We are overjoyed! "12 best eco-friendly toys that are worth investing in" by Fran Yeoman. "Avoid the flimsy throwaways and invest in something that's good for the environment, and that your kids will love for years" The Independent 2019.
This morning, Ziggy started chatting to me about Dr Zigs and how cool he thinks our bubbles are, because they're not made in a big factory. It was...
As many of you know Dr Zigs is run by myself, Paola.
Whilst I run a manufacturing company making some of the best giant soap bubble toys in the world, I am also a daughter, a mum, a cook, cleaner, a driver, a fixer, a chief family-cuddle-giver – and these are just some of the roles I have as a woman.
For International Women’s Day was honoured to be asked to talk on the Dot Davies Show on BBC Radio Wales.
Here’s a little excerpt from the questions I was asked pre-show, and my answers.
A quick little guide to how to make Giant Soap Bubble Mix using your Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubbles Kit.
1. Add your Dr Zigs concentrated bubble mix into a container.
2. Slowly add the required volume of water, stirring thouroughly without making excess foam
3. Dadahhh! You're ready to Make Giant Bubbles!!
Cyffrwdd Syria – Touching Syria. A six-week exhibition to include, on the 19th Jan, a day of talks, projections, music, food and dance celebrating Syrian and Welsh culture. It has been co-curated by Humam Alsalim and Menna Thomas, and includes artists from both Syria and Wales collaborating together for the very first time.