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Hi, I hope I am in the right section. My DD has began collecting the psf's and is trying to collect one from each webkinz. My question is What is the best way to store the foods. I'm looking for something unique but also something that doesn't use tons of space. She'd rather not just get a bunch of refridgerators. If anyone has done this or has any suggestions please post your ideas and include pics if you have them. Thank you very much. She has made this her WW summer project so wish her well. Again, thank you.
There are certian PSI's that can hold the food. For example,
the penguin PSI. It matches the artic theme in the W- shop so
if you have one or even a few of them I would sugest making an
artic room. You can also use other PSI's (i.e - polar bear, samoyed, ect.)
I love the idea of making a maze with the coolers and she can also use the psi's that she already has such as the arctic room, which has a fridge. Glad to see you are all thinking along the same path as I am. I did suggest to her to make a maze out of coolers, but wanted to see if anyone else had any other ideas. The vortex is also a pretty good item to store psf's in, but harder to come by. A long while ago I saw pics of members rooms who had fixed them of specifically for storage but can't seem to find them now. Thanks for your suggestions.
Rather than the outdoor coolers I suggest the beach coolers. They are a little bit more expensive, but they can go inside or outside, so your daughter can make a maze in an outdoor room or inside. Both coolers hold just as much as any fridge and are cheaper.
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