‘Portable North Pole’ Delivers Free Personalized Santa Messages
December is nearly here and the countdown to Christmas has finally begun…scratch that…the countdown has probably started sometime in July for most Santa-adoring children. While children around the world brainstorm their wishlist and anticipate Santa’s arrival, you can brighten this magical time even more so with the help from Portable North Pole (PNP). If you haven’t heard of it yet, PNP is this fantastic website that allows you to commission Santa to create a video message FROM SANTA TO YOUR CHILD. It’s completely personalized with pictures you upload, and Santa even says their name! What’s more, it’s FREE.
When you create the video, you can help Santa and his elves decide whether or not the video is for a nice child, a naughty child, or somewhere in the middle. In doing so, Santa will either compliment your child’s wonderful behavior or encourage them to amp up the good conduct to get back on Santa’s Nice List before he heads out with Rudolf and the gang on Christmas Eve.
You then fill out a painless list of questions to create the priceless video. I love that it offers to confirm the pronunciation of your child’s name in case the pronunciation is complex. Then, you specify their greatest attribute, select what they want for Christmas, and choose a special effort they have been asked to make this year (e.g. eat all your vegetables, get along with your sister, etc.). I mean, if Santa can’t convince them, who can? After that, you upload a picture of your little one, either from your computer or Facebook, and Ta-Da! An amazing video that personally addresses your cutie from Santa Claus!
The only thing better than the video itself will be watching your little one’s reaction when they get to watch Santa talk to them!
Along with the custom-made video, PNP now offers personalized books, puzzles, letters, and more! Not to mention, the company also works to reduce their ecological footprint. As this is one of BabyEarth’s core values, we certainly love to hear that!