Cotton Candy Favors

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What you need:

12 sugar ice cream cones

24 ounces cotton candy

Tools:

Twelve 7-by-14-inch cone-shaped cellophane treat bags

Twine or ribbon

Scrapbooking glue dots

Red pompoms

What to do:

Drop one ice cream cone into each of the cellophane treat bags.

Shape a 1-ounce piece of cotton candy into a 3-inch diameter ball in the palms of your hands (like forming a snowball). Drop it into a bag and gently press it into the top of the cone.

Shape another 1-ounce piece of cotton candy into a slightly smaller ball to add a second scoop, then drop it into the bag on top of the first scoop.

Tie the bag closed with twine or ribbon.

Use a scrapbooking glue dot to attach a pompom to the bow to make a cherry on top. Repeat with the remaining materials.

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