How to Display Candy Floss in a Bag

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How to Display Candy Floss in a Bag
Enormous bags of candyfloss are a fair favourite. (Full House Images/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Candyfloss, candyfloss or spun sugar: they are all different names for the same sweet treat. Brightly coloured, fluffy candyfloss is a fair favourite both with visitors and vendors. When selling it, you walk a fine line between keeping the candyfloss fresh in a bag and having it visually appealing. Use clear plastic bags and coloured candyfloss to grab the attention of those who walk past. A cork board with the bags pinned to it can be used to display the candyfloss on a wall. The board display makes it as easy as pulling out or putting in a push pin to remove and restock the bags.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Candyfloss machine
  • Coloured candyfloss sugar
  • Candyfloss paper cones
  • Clear candyfloss bags
  • Twist ties
  • Cork board
  • Push pins

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Prepare coloured candyfloss with the sugar in the machine.

  2. 2

    Grip the pointed tip of the paper cone and insert the open end into the candyfloss in the machine's pan. Wait until the machine produces a dense web of candyfloss on the inside of the pan.

  3. 3

    Lift the paper cone up and gently spin it to transfer the candyfloss from the pan to the paper cone.

  4. 4

    Hold a plastic bag open and the candyfloss topped cone upside down.

  5. 5

    Twist the cone as you insert the candy side into the bag until the bag completely covers the entire paper cone.

  6. 6

    Close the bag at the base with a twist tie.

  7. 7

    Hang the cork board on the wall or lean it against a table.

  8. 8

    Insert a push pin into the top portion of the bag to attach the candyfloss to the cork board.

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