Kids seem to grow up so quickly these days, so keeping that Christmas magic alive becomes harder and harder, and that makes it all the more important to do just that. In these days when youngsters spend so much time on computers and Xboxes, and have their own mobile phones and social media accounts from very young ages, keeping Santa alive and well in the eyes of your children is a wonderful thing to do. PNP Santa is a great way of doing this.
Portable North Pole Santa is the World’s most popular mobile Santa App, with 125million videos viewed worldwide. PNP allows you to create a range of different Santa message videos for your child or for the adults that are young at heart, and you can also send calls online with the App. The videos are personalised with your child’s details, what they would like for Christmas etc, and you can add personal photographs and details so that the message really appears to come from Santa. They end by saying whether the child is on the naughty or nice list – very important if a child is wondering whether Santa will be paying a visit this year.
You can make a basic video for free, or can upgrade to a Premium package with premium videos and stories starting at £6.99, which I think is a bargain for limitless films. 5% of the profit made by PNP is donated to children’s hospitals around the world, another way of spreading a little bit of Christmas magic.
This year, to tie in with the Portable North Pole videos, John Lewis has a range of collectable toys, gifts and memorabilia to tie in with your video. Every toy or gift also comes with a code to access a personal video message. Plus,today (10th December) and next Saturday (17th December) , your local John Lewis store invites you to join the Portable North Pole Passport Trail in-store activity. Every child receives a Do-Good Passport, sticker and a little gift from Santa. Take your #elfieselfie to share on social media and have a magical day together. It’s FREE!
PNP at John Lewis
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