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Friday, December 6, 2013

Portable North Pole: Video from Santa



I’m sure you have seen the sites where you can personalize a letter from Santa for your children. Portable North Pole has taken that concept and magnified it. I was contacted to do a review on a few of their products. I was more than happy to.

I was given a few products to look at. One was a video from Santa. Once you purchase the video for a mere $3.99 you customize it to fit your child. It asks you questions. For example, you start off with if the child is nice, nice/naughty, or naughty. Then you go from there and put what the child plays with etc. After you get to put up to 5 pictures of them showing parts of their lives over the course of the past year. One of my favorite parts is putting friend’s names. This is so when Santa’s elf goes to get the book; their friends have books too with their name on it.

After you have it all finished you can watch the video to make sure everything is correct, then you have the option to download it into a mp4 file. This costs an additional $6.99 but to me it’s worth it since you have it forever then, and you can share it however you want.


My oldest is almost 11 so she doesn’t believe in Santa anymore so my only other option was to do everything for the baby who is 16 months. Even though she doesn’t really know who Santa is, she can still have fun watching the videos and everything. Plus when she is a few years older I can show her.

They have more than just videos. You can also have letters made that get mailed to your child. Also have a phone call with Santa. In addition you can download their app and play games as well. I think this is such a neat idea and very affordable too. I think the video is cute, creative and just plain fun. I’m sure almost any kid would like it as well. Check out the one I made for Fallon below.



One of the things I really like about Portable North Pole is that they donate 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.

Make sure to visit their site today and get your video going. Also follow them on facebook, twitter, pinterest and youtube for idea and to see what others have done. 

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1 comment:

  1. I think this is such a great idea! Anything that promotes Christmas, imagination, and happiness can't be bad.

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