My boys at the perfect age for Santa, elf fun and holiday magic. The past two years, we trekked up to the North Pole Experience to visit Santa’s workshop. We aren’t planning a trip this year but I’ve come across a pretty cool alternative. The Portable North Pole website and app allows you to experience the magic of Santa and the North Pole from the comfort of your own home. Create customized personal video messages and phone calls from Santa!
The whole process of creating a personalized video is super easy. You can upload pictures from your computer or from your Facebook account. It took me about 20 minutes to personalize the first video because I couldn’t decide which pictures to use. Over thinking could be my middle name. 🙂
Beyond adding several pictures, you can include their age, grade and names of friends to make it a very custom experience.
Did I mention that this is a FREE service?
The free video option is available both online and as a downloadable app. You can opt to upgrade to the Premium version for only $4. The premium video is longer, with more personalization options and offers 3 story lines vs. one story in the free version. I loved being able to create two totally different videos for Quinn and Elliot. For $9.99 you can buy the Holiday Pass which allows you to create an unlimited number of premium videos.
If you do opt to upgrade, be sure to use this Portable North Pole Promo Code – Save 20% with code BLG20BKP.
In the spirit of giving, the PNP team has pledged to donate 5% of all web sales to local children’s hospitals. Last year they donated $75,000 to charity and should exceed it this year.
Don’t miss the extra free fun at portablenorthpole.com and on the app. Explore Santa’s Village, with elf stories, details of the workshop, Q&A with Santa and extra fun videos. Print free coloring pages on the website and play a free game, Santa Spring on the app!
The personalized Santa video reminds me of the personalized Santa letters my grandma used to have sent to me when I was a kid. This is just the 21st century version.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Portable North Pole. All experiences and opinions are my own.