Thursday 24 December 2015

A special Santa message for your child - Portable North Pole (PNP)

It's not too late to create a special video message from Santa for your children, via the wonderful PNP Portable North Pole ( website. If you carry on to the end of my post you'll see there's a special discount code for my readers!
Portable North Pole Santa PNP
The first time I made these personalised videos when the girls were younger, I loved watching the amazement in their eyes as they listened to Santa deciding whether they had been naughty or nice. They're still not quite sure how Santa knows so much about them....

PNP video GIF of elves in snow

The videos take just minutes to create; you are led through some basic questions such as name, gender, age etc, and then you have the chance to upload photos of different events to make it even more special. Santa will actually speak their name, mention your child's birthday, or holidays, or favourite toy, and you can watch the look of surprise and wonder on your child's face as they try and figure out how he knows their name, who their friends are, and what they've been up to!

There are several options on the website; you can send your child a free short video from Santa or you can pay just a little for the Premium option and your child will receive a longer, 5 minute video. There are 7 different versions of the video to choose from this year, from a festive sing-along to checking out the post office activities. There's also the option to receive phone calls from Santa, along with an extra Christmas Eve video as he sets off, and of course there's an an App version too. 

Now is the perfect time to keep that Christmas magic going - it has become one of our family traditions and I can't imagine Christmas without it.

For all my lucky readers I've got a special treat - use this promo code: BLG20PNP to receive 20% off all digital products (excluding in-app purchases). Check out @PNPSanta for more info.

Disclosure: we were given access to the premium option so we could review the options; all opinions are honest and our own though!

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