Friday, May 24, 2019

Glove-a-Bubbles



Spring and Summer means that the weather is better and you will want to spend more time outdoors enjoying the weather. I think back to when I was a child and how much time I spend outdoors using my imagination and having a great time. Zing Toys has Big A Bubbles which comes with one of six different themed gloves including lion, crocodile, pirate, shark, duck, and bear characters. The way it works is you open the pouch and pour the solution into it, place fingers into the pockets of the toy, get the entire string into the solution, slowly move your hand and open it to create the bubble, close your hand once you see the bubble form, and hold your hand open longer for large bubbles.


Glove A Bubbles comes in 8 different themed gloves, including for animals and for monsters. The way it works is you open the pouch and poor solution into it, place fingers into the pockets of the toy, get the entire string into the solution, slowly move your hand and open it to create the bubble, close your hand once you see the bubble form, and hold your hand open longer for large bubbles.

Wave A Bubbles these supersized gloves make seemingly endless bubbles form right before your eyes! Wave-A-Bubbles are available in 2-packs and two cute character themes. The way it works is you open the pouch and pour the solution into it, place fingers into the pockets of the toy, get the entire string into the solution, slowly move your hand and open it to create the bubble, close your hand once you see the bubble form, and hold your hand opens longer for large bubbles.

My Opinion: these are so much fun to use and the wave a bubble is so big you can wear them like wings on your arms and run around with them. I like the cute animal theme on all the bubbles and kids will have hours of fun with not too much of a mess.

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