22 December 2013

Portable North Pole

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Portable North Pole, known as PNP, is brought to us by UGroupMedia and the elves at their Research and Development Centre in Santa’s Village. Portable North Pole is a magical online platform that lets Santa get in touch with all the children around the world whilst he is busy working in the North Pole. 

Just simply key in a bit of information about your child and their own, personalised video message will be made. Now, you can even get letters from Santa and colouring books too which are all personal to your child. Plus, if your child has been good enough, they may even get sent a certificate to show that they are on the Good List and may even get a call from Santa himself. 

We were lucky to be able to try out the premium features for free and to see how the Thomas would react to seeing Santa talking to him personally. I decided to set it up for Thomas because Charlie is still too young to understand at the moment and I know it was all the more special for Thomas. 

After filling in a bit of information about Thomas such as where we live, his age, what he likes/dislikes etc, we also had the option for Santa to talk about something Thomas could improve with such as being better behaved or listening in school which I thought was a nice element to add. 

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We then had to decide whether Thomas would be on the naughty or nice list or somewhere in between. Now, I know children can be naughty sometimes but I don't think I could ever justify putting one of my children on the naughty list and have to deal with the heartbreak that they would feel. Children are supposed to play up from time to time, that's how they learn boundaries etc and so Thomas was always going to be on the nice list. 

And as if by magic, there it is. Thomas' own personalised video, just for him. 

Along with his video came his own certificate, letter from Santa and a colouring book. Each item personalised for him. The letter coming direct from Santa and the certificate too which showed that Thomas was on the Nice List. The colouring book will come in handy to combat the boredom in the school holidays too with all its festive pictures to colour in. 

Portable North Pole helps to connect Santa with every child so that no on misses out this Christmas. Don't forget to pop over to Portable North Pole and create a video for your child. You can opt for the free version of the video or buy an extended, premium version and optional extras too. 

5 comments:

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  2. It's amazing. How awful would it be for a child to be on the naughty list!

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  3. Delightful that there are a variety of ways of personalising items and communication.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. What a lovely post - made me smile today thank you!

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  5. A fantastic post, and so many wonderful things to personalise

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