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Take another dry spoon, turn it upside down and in the opposite direction, and set over top of the colored sugar on the first spoon to compress it into an egg shape on coated spoon. Brush away any excess sugar then remove dry spoon. Repeat, creating a total of 8 sugar spoons. Allow spoons to dry for 30 minutes before decorating.