You know this is my favourite time of year – Christmas is literally the most exciting, buzzing time and I absolutely love celebrating every aspect of it. Wanna put your tree up in November? Go for it. Wanna blast Christmas carols through the supermarkets? Be my guest! So it comes as no surprise that I’ve teamed up with Portable North Pole again for the second year in a row.
PNP is a FREE App (or web based) Christmas hub for kids and adults alike. There are videos and calls you can personalise for your children by adding in details such as name, age and the gift your little one is hoping for plus favourite pictures. For more customisable videos, Santa bedtime stories and HD downloads Portable North Pole also offer a premium Magic Pass paid option (keep reading to find out how you can win your own Magic Pass + score an awesome discount code).
The mobile app also features a Reaction Recorder, that lets you capture your child’s look of surprise and excitement when Santa reveals if your child is on the naughty or nice list, so you can watch it back! Last year Evie was quite young, but understood and loved when she saw Santa using her name. This year, she is next level Christmas obsessed (which I’m so proud and thrilled about) and has watched her personalised video literally 30 times already. What I love about this is its proper people playing the parts, Santa looks so believable and the personalisation is seamless – love hearing him say ‘Oh, Hello Evie!”.
There are longer 6 minute ones, there are short 1 minute ones, and there is an option to have Santa ring you phone and talk to them!
Something new this year is a FREE Fun for Groups video that lets kids, such as childcare and preschool groups enjoy Santa’s greeting to them all together.
For your chance to win your own Magic Pass to access not only the free content but all of the longer paid for content, simply check out the Instagram post and see details!
I also have a special 20% off Magic Pass offer for all readers, simply go to this link and create your account. Merry Christmas 🙂