These soaps were made by placing small square soaps in a cookie tray. More details are here. While the photographs are not the best, the soap still turned out delightful. The soaps were cut with a large sharp butcher knife
Notice the wrinkle on the bottom right hand corner? That wrinkle is from disturbing the soap to try and wiggle the white block straight. The thin skin that had already formed on the surface of the soap was disturbed and wrinkled in protest.
Pour the layers within minutes of each other. As you can see in the photo below, the overpour soap did not adhere well to the embedded squares. Pouring with a slightly hotter temperature would have solved this as well as pouring the soap within a few minutes.