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Sunshine Events secures partnerships with Boots and Arnold Clark This has included being approached by Boots to support a series of internal staff events, where we created a fun fair theme, providing everything from hoopla stalls to candy floss makers, spin the wheel and donkey derby. “We've also been working with [...]
via Event Industry News]
Sunshine works with national retail chain This has included being approached by Boots to support a series of internal staff events, where we created a fun fair theme, providing everything from hoopla stalls to candy floss makers, spin the wheel and donkey derby. “We've also been working with [...]
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Imperial hackers feed graphene to silkworms and spin 'candyfloss plastic' Imperial's community of makers and hackers are showcasing their creations as part of Enterprise Week 2018. Imperial College Advanced Hackspace (ICAH) is a unique community of over 2,500 makers, hackers, inventors and entrepreneurs from across the [...]
via The Daily Meal]
Cotton Candy Was Invented by a Dentist The machine and the candy it produced (called Fairy Floss at the time) was first introduced to America at the seven-month-long St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, where the confection was sold in boxes for 25 cents apiece. The product was wonderfully well [...]
[May 11, 2010] May 11, 2010 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Candy lovers can now make cotton candy from home using sugar free or hard candy with the release of a fun, exciting cotton candy machine (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/default.asp?c=7&p=394) from Nostalgia Products Group (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/), LLC. The Hard and Sugar Free Cotton Candy Maker uses pieces of either hard candy or sugar free candy to create delicious candy floss. It has a suggested retail price of $39.99...
Here's an unexpected use for a dead hard-drive: use its motor to power a candy-floss machine:A Chinese engineer who operates a data recovery and hard drive repair center is being hailed as a genius after inventing a DIY candy floss machine made from a used hard disk. According to the instructions, all that is needed to create your own candy floss maker is a hard drive that can still power up, a round flat metal tin, six bicycle spokes, an aluminum can and a plastic basin. A series of photos...
So Tim Moran, why did you open a store devoted exclusively to cotton candy?"Because there weren't any,'' the owner of SpinnCandy replies. He smiles. "And pre-packaged cotton candy is horrible.''What Moran calls the nation's only cotton candy store just opened a second location in Chester Borough; his Mansfield store, outside Hackettstown, opened last August.Cotton candy -- spun sugar -- is a boardwalk and county fair staple, but SpinnCandy's product tastes nothing like the...