This post is sponsored by Portable North Pole (PNP), all thoughts, words, and opinions are my own.
It’s that time of the year again where Christmas is quickly approaching and my to-do list is growing considerably longer by the day. Each year we try to get a few special things on the calendar to make the holiday season extra special for our kids. It’s not just about Christmas itself, but enjoying all the lights, sounds, and food that comes with it. This year we have a few special things planned, but one thing that we have done every year to get our kids excited is to make a Portable North Pole video for them. We’ve done this for several years now and each year their faces light up with excitement when they discover a personalized message from Santa directed straight to them.
Portable North Pole’s personal, custom videos and calls from Santa add to the Christmas magic from the comfort of your own home. You can gift your children the magic of a personal call from Santa Claus himself only at Portable North Pole.
We like to incorporate our personalized video and/or call from Santa with the timing of our Christmas elf, so that the kids can get excited, but be mindful that “Santa is watching” this holiday season. When our elf arrives, it’s fun to set out a few Christmas treats, a little toy or something fun, like these cute plush animals from Portable North Pole, a book, a puzzle, or something to get them excited, along with a spot where they can write down their Christmas wishlist.
Once they’ve watched their video, we sit down and write out our Christmas Wishlist using this FREE PRINTABLE I created and that’s what they can give Santa when they see him in person. My kids were so THRILLED to see Santa’s personalized message to them and it had made the anticipation of Christmas even more exciting.
Stop by and create your own personalized Santa videos or calls for your kids for this holiday season. It’s sure to bring delight and takes minutes to make. My kids love it every year and I guarantee that yours will too.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Portable North Pole.