Now that June is here, we’re sure that many of you are planning a fun summer getaway. Maybe you will be heading to the beach for some sun, to the city for some excitement, or perhaps to the lake—like our pal Raymond the reindeer—for some relaxation. While you’re waiting to retreat to your favorite vacation spot, you can enjoy a serene slice of paradise by downloading this free wallpaper and setting it as your desktop background.
What kind of flowers bloom at the North Pole in May? Pretty paper posies straight from the Craft Cottage! To enjoy this lush garden scene featuring Raymond the reindeer all month long, simply download and set it as your desktop wallpaper.
What kind of flowers are blooming in your area? Let us know in the comments below!
Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere, and Easter is just around the corner! How does your family celebrate Easter? Do you go to brunch, decorate eggs, or eat hot cross buns? Or perhaps you go on an Easter egg hunt like our pal Raymond the reindeer? Let us know in the comments and then download this digital wallpaper to cel-egg-brate all month long.
While it’s still quite chilly for some of us, the first signs of spring are starting to show in the Northern Hemisphere. Whether it’s daffodils beginning to bloom, fuzzy caterpillars inching along, or bluer skies with slightly longer days, the colors of springtime are slowly making an appearance. On a recent adventure, Raymond the reindeer befriended a not-so-creepy crawler who assured Raymond that spring is indeed on its way!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we—along with Raymond the reindeer—wanted to send you our love. So we made this hearty wallpaper for you to download on your desktop, laptop, or tablet. Something this sweet shouldn’t be kept to yourself—share the love and send this wallpaper to a friend!
The weeks leading up to Christmas are always so busy that after the big day, we elves like to wind down and rest. Now that we’re catching up on post-holiday to-dos, we’re happy to give you this wallpaper featuring Raymond the reindeer. We hope that 2017 is off to a good start for you and brings you much happiness!
We hope that each and every one of you are having a fabulous Christmas. All of us up here at the North Pole are enjoying spending time together and eating lots of cookies.
We wanted to take this moment to say thanks to our corporate sponsors who have helped tremendously with the cost of developing and maintaining northpole.com. So, thank you very much to our Diamond Deck-the-Halls Sponsor, RTI, Inc., and our Platinum Poinsettia Sponsor, SimTrain! (Interested in sponsoring Northpole.com? Click here for more information.)
Also, thanks go out to YOU for spending part of your Christmas with us! We appreciate every single one of our visitors, and we are so happy that you came to visit Santa’s Secret Village. We do hope that you’ll spend part of next Christmas with us as well.
So, tell me… What was your favourite Christmas memory this year? Did you spend time with loved ones, try a new yummy recipe, go sledding with friends? Let us know in the comments!
Enjoy the rest of Christmas Day, and from all of us at northpole.com, we wish you a very happy and healthy 2017!
After the adorable, festive videos and photos I posted earlier today, I have bassets on the brain. Although—let’s be honest—when do I not? Of course I adore this sweet Christmas card featuring two basset hounds under the mistletoe. This card does leave me wondering one thing: When doggies meet up under the mistletoe, do they slurp or sniff each other?
Happy Christmas Eve! I hope you are finished shopping, wrapping, and baking—and are now ready for some merrymaking! Today I will be spending time with my husband, my basset hound, my parents, and their 2 bassets. In honour of the furry, festive fun, I thought I’d share some adorable doggie videos and photos to put a smile on your face and help you pass the time while you count down the minutes until Santa arrives
Can you believe that the big day is almost here? If you still have a few things to wrap, then these printable gift tags will come in handy. After you complete your purchase, you’ll be able to download the file and print these To/From tags in a flash from the comfort of your own home. They’d look rather professional printed on sticker paper or cardstock, but if you’re in a pinch, regular paper will do just fine.