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Portable North Pole Personal Messages from Santa

Portable North Pole Personal Messages from Santa

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Santa is such a special and fun part of our Christmas memories. I’ll never forget the first time that my son sat on Santa’s lap. He cried and cried until I quickly snapped a picture and scooped him up. This pattern continued for his first few Christmas seasons, until something magical happened. My son realized that Santa was the guy who would be bringing him toys, and quickly became his new best friend. (That Santa Claus get’s all the credit.) Year after year, we’ve looked forward to visits from Santa and all the cheer that comes with the holiday season. These days my son is too old to sit in Santa’s lap at the mall, but I don’t think we’re ever too old to believe in the magic of Christmas.

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Earlier today I visited the Portable North Pole (PNP) web site to make personalized Santa video messages for my nieces and nephews, and realized that my son would also get a kick out of receiving one of these videos. While PNP is mostly for kids who still believe in Santa, you’re never really too old or too tall for Santa, after all. I know my son will absolutely love receiving this personalized message from Santa with mom’s special touch. Adults can even join in on the Christmas magic with customizable videos for those 18+.

It’s so easy to create a video with a PNP Personal Message from Santa. First you decide if the recipient of the video has been naughty or nice or a combination of both. Select Santa’s opening scene. You can choose from Santa in his sleigh, Then you just follow the prompts to upload images, and select milestones and events that you want recognized. With the premium video option, you can add three additional photos and more personal details to make it extra special.

I love that you can use the video to encourage your child towards a special effort such as being nice to their siblings or picking up their toys.

Portable North Pole Personal Message from Santa

Above is a screenshot of one of my videos in playback. PNP makes it easy to share your videos with friends and family via social media and email, so it can be enjoyed by the whole family.

Visit to find all the many ways you can enjoy personal messages from Santa as a family, such as special phone call from Santa, coloring books, “Nice List” Certificates and more. Yes, that’s right – Santa will even call you! The most popular PNP product is by far the personalized video message…but Santa and his elves offer a whole host of other personalized products, too, like the newly update iOS and Droid apps.

Get a A FREE personalized video message from Santa Claus, or a Premium Video.

Premium Video, $3.99 – Premium videos includes almost 6 minutes of personalized video message from Santa Claus, features 3 additional photos and more personal details, a clip of Santa’s riding on his sleigh and even a personalized Christmas carol!

Portable North Pole’s Santa’s Phone Call, $3.99 for one call or $6.99 for three calls – Santa has a very important message for your loved one! He will pick up the phone and call directly to deliver his personalized message. Santa’s call will last approximately two minutes and you can choose between 14 message options.

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PNP brings the magic of Christmas to life in the hearts of kids and adults all around the world, making the holiday season more special than ever. Plus, I love that Portable North Pole donates 5% of all online sales to a Children’s Hospital close to the buyer’s location. PNP currently collaborates with over 40 regional Children’s Hospitals in the U.S.

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