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Although this was a miscut and not my normal soap shape I love how they turned out. I missed on the thickness I was pouring my foot scrubbies so I ended up having to slice off a healthy slice and I love them. Since all my bars are one shape and size, poured in log molds I never get to slice them to pick up the grain. Tell you how much I missed I ended up with 5.5-6 oz miscut bars, and around 11. My hubby hates selling odd shape soaps, but I informed him these will be sold. I was out of my foot scrubbies so did not have one to measure the thickness and could not find my last printout :headbanging:

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Very nice looking soap even if it's not what you wanted.
You had me at "wood grain".
Thankyou. Of course they are not wood grain color! It really was fun to get the chance to actually end up with a wood grain type, which is how I should have titled it.
 

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Wood grain to me is a pattern far more than a color, after all, you can stain wood and still see the pattern. So, those count. And they are gorgeous!
 

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