smitten with . cotton candy at home

24 Jun

i’ve been looking into cotton candy machines for a while now, so when the la shop contacted me with the opportunity to review one, i jumped at the chance. because really, (even though we used blue for most of the photos) is there anything that says ‘pink sugar’ more than a sweet puff of pink cotton candy?

the whole process is super simple: add the sugar (it comes included) to the pan, turn it on, and wrap the candy floss around a cone (not included — we made ours out of striped craft paper) as it begins spinning out. it’s the perfect little single serving, and each one only takes a couple of minutes, so making up a few cones was no problem. we did have some issues with the candy melting and sticking to the sides, but a little warm water rinsed that right off. overall, if you’re looking for a fun activity to do with your kids and don’t mind a bit of sugar once in a while, i’d definitely recommend looking into one of these cotton candy makers.

and as soon as i figure out a good way to package the stuff, my clients can look forward to their packages being just a little bit sweeter! …in the meantime, we’ll snack on it ourselves ;)

thanks again to the la shop for sending us this awesome kids’ cotton candy maker to review. make sure you take a minute to check out their site and see all of the other goodies they have to offer — they carry some photography gear alongside the fun novelty items :)

5 Responses to “smitten with . cotton candy at home”

  1. Christine June 24 2013 at 7:01 pm #

    ok, when can i come over?? yum.

    • michelle June 24 2013 at 9:52 pm #

      yeah us too! yummy!

  2. cait June 24 2013 at 7:32 pm #

    how cool is that!! such a clever idea for client packages too! :)

  3. ashley elizabeth June 25 2013 at 8:31 am #

    That’s so much fun for everyone! Yum!

  4. T June 28 2013 at 10:30 am #

    How do make so cool moving images? What a lovely family! God bless you! <3 :)

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