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« on: December 27, 2009 07:22:36 PM »

Hi all!

I didn't really know where to post this..so hopefully, I'll get enough traffic here to help me with my dilemna.

Ok, I'm going to be making a doll/voodoo guy/stuffie for a friend of mine in Belfast.  I've already got the materials, etc..this isn't the first time I'll be making something like this..BUT what I want this little guy to do is sit on his rump & be rump heavy.  My friend is a journalist & writer, he will be at his home office half the time he's not at work..so I kinda wanted this as a paperweight/stress-release when he hits a mental block.  I thought about beans...or maybe sand like the ones in some pin cushions.  I'm not sure which one would be better, though.  Has anyone made something like this? 

TIA for your help!  And Happy New Year to all of you!
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« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2009 09:53:32 PM »

Popping corn! Or rice. Or buckwheat. Or dried beans, for that matter Cheesy And if you don't own a popcorn popper, you're missing out Cheesy

/suddenly hungry for fresh popcorn...
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« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2010 10:42:51 AM »

Thank you!   Grin Is there anything special I have to do with regards to preserving?  I don't want them to have a moldy/smelly problem down the road. 

Re: popping corn..I did get myself an old-fashioned popcorn popper from Bed Bath & Beyond for Xmas! Cheesy It looks like a theater popcorn popper..but like a table top one.  And it pops most awesomely, too! Cheesy 
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