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jules92207

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I have also been experimenting lately with swirls.

The first is my failed attempt at newbies burl wood soap.

Second is a lavender & tea tree blend which I tried another butterfly swirl... Another fail.

And last was a pretty neat success with ash. The colors in the soap behind my stamp really stand out against the ash.

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Those are all really pretty. It looks like you cut the wood burl soap like you regularly would? It needs to be cut horizontally not vertically to show the pattern.
 

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Those are all really pretty. It looks like you cut the wood burl soap like you regularly would? It needs to be cut horizontally not vertically to show the pattern.
Oh!! Well that would have helped, huh?! Lol! (smacks head on table)
 

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Great soaps. I especially love the soap with the stamp and the ash. It gives a really dreamy feel to the soap. Lovely colours too.
 

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Thanks everyone! I should probably apologize for the implication of failure, I do like them all, they just weren't what I was going for, so happy failure!
 
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