Disclosure: I received complementary Portable North Pole products in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
There’s nothing more special – or memorable – to a child than receiving a note or phone call from Santa. That’s why I’m a big fan of Portable North Pole. I think it’s a great way for the kids to get personalized videos, phone calls, and letters from Santa.
Last year, I reviewed Portable North Pole videos from Santa. The videos are videos Santa sends directly to your child from the North Pole, and he includes information that only he could know. There are even different video scenarios for nice and naughty kids – and nice and naughty adults too! These videos have generated over 80 million personalized video views since 2008, that’s a lot of Christmas magic! Check out my review for all of the details.
This year, I’m excited to announce that Portable North Pole has even MORE personalized products for you to check out!
There are personalized Christmas coloring books with your child’s name and picture on the front of it. There are official Santa Nice Certificates that each of my children will be getting in their stockings this year. There’s an I Love Santa placemat perfect for Christmas morning, and there’s even a personalized Christmas book.
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But there is even more. Stickers, apps, door hangers, and puzzles…all personalized with your child’s name and photo.
And if you are thinking that these items would look cheap or unrealistic, they don’t. Portable North Pole uses high quality inks, paper, and products so that they will withstand being passed around little hands and the test of time.
I’m not showing the personalized products I purchased because the kids do look at my blog and I don’t want them to make the connection! But I’ll tell you that this is the second year that I’ve received and purchased additional products from Portable North Pole. It’s fun for the kids and it’s fun for me to see the kids with so much joy and excitement when the letters and videos arrive. I highly recommend Portable North Pole if you haven’t checked them out before!
I also love that PNP donates 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.
And if you are looking for more ways for the kids to interact with Santa, check out my post on 5 ways to get in touch with Santa. Portable North Pole is on my list, but there are many other ways that won’t cost you a thing.