I'm going to wrap up a couple cuttings as follows:
1) Put cuttings in the coin case. Add moist paper towel inside the coin case, if it fits (probably rolled up, next to the cuttings, not surrounding). In principle, I could even directly spray a small amount of water, but I'm not sure I want to do this in general.
2) Put a fair amount of barely moist paper towel inside the bag, outside the coin case. Presumably this would eliminate any evaporation from even a cracked or intact but less than airtight coin case.
3) Encase the whole thing in tape in case the coin case cracks AND the bag rips.
4) Crush with some pliers to the point where the coin case is cracked, but still basically intact. And see what happens.
So far, from what I'm aware, the coin case has served as a framework to keep the cuttings from being smashed by the rollers. Please let me know if anyone thinks otherwise. So water loss is the concern at this point.