Portable North Pole Video Message From Santa : Review
Last year I was very fortunate to be asked to review for PNP (Portable North Pole) where I could create my own personalised video message from Santa to Lewis. This year we have been invited back again of which we were thrilled and eagerly accepted.
For those who don’t know about Portable North Pole it is a great service for your children to connect with Santa in the lead up to Christmas. There are a few different methods for this interaction, either by a video message to be played to your child, a phone call and a brand new feature which includes a video message to your child for their Birthday.
Also there are other new features this year with either an app download on Apple or Android products and also the great opportunity to visit Santa’s Village on the PNP webpage. At Santa’s Village you get to take a look behind the scene, watch videos, look through photos, read stories or even download printable’s for colouring in.
All the video packages are very reasonably priced, include unlimited viewings and for a small additional fee you can download your video to keep and treasure.
To set up your video you are guided through a profile to set up your child with various details such as, name and date of birth.
It really is a fun profile to complete, you are even given the option to tell Santa whether your child has been naughty or nice, achievements through the year and also a picture of what your child has requested for Christmas. You can also choose from 3 different video scenarios, each lasting 5 minutes long and available with sample clips to help you decide.
You really will not be disappointed with the end result and more so, your Children will be amazed. They will answer all the questions Santa asks during the video and notice everything that happens.
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**This is not a sponsored post, I was provided with a Promo code to use the PNP service to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.