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Shaving cream cotton candy-

2 pieces of paper
shavign cream
and blue and pink food coloring

First start by cutting a cotton candy shape out of one of the pieces of paper.
Once done make some shaving cream with blue food coloring and some more with pink.
Then decorate the cotton candy shape with the shavign cream.
Let dry for about 10mins, then wipe off most or all shaving cream. (you can leave the shaving cream on if you would like)
Then using the other piece of paper roll it into a cone shape and then lay it down and flatten it.
Lay the cotton candy on top of the cone and tape the back and front and Done!


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