[vpci] Re: Folded View of Bean Pod

I think we made "bags" out of double layers of plastic sheeting stapled to 
close it. Zip locks should work as well.


TGS



-----Original Message-----
From: Gena Leur <bill_gena.leur@xxxxxxxxx>
To: vpci <vpci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Mon, Apr 30, 2012 5:21 pm
Subject: [vpci] Re: Folded View of Bean Pod


I was think I will try sand. I guess I can put it in zip lock bags first. 
Thanks Tim

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On Apr 30, 2012, at 5:03 PM, tgsadler@xxxxxxx wrote:




I have used sand. Put it in plastic bags first and then sewed it into the outer 
covering (actually, Helen did). It is rather heavy that way but very stable. 


TGS



-----Original Message-----
From: Gena Leur <bill_gena.leur@xxxxxxxxx>
To: vpci <vpci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Mon, Apr 30, 2012 4:44 pm
Subject: [vpci] Re: Folded View of Bean Pod


Mary Gail and Tippi. Let me figure out what would be the most reasonable thing 
to fill it with before I make anymore. I used rice and for right now that's 
great but I wonder how long it would take for the rice to break or what happens 
if it got wet. I have had a couple of suggestions but I don't want it to be too 
heavy.  Got any ideals? Plastic micro beads are way too expensive.  
Gena

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> Gena - Looks like you have crafted a very handy little gadget!  Make me one! 
I'll pay you, of course.  How much would you charge? Mary Gail 
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