The summer months are upon us, and many of you probably have vacation plans for the upcoming season. Raymond the reindeer also wanted to go on an adventure and got a bit carried away—literally!—by a bouquet of balloons. Give your pal Raymond a place to land and download this wallpaper to your laptop or tablet.
Maybe it’s just us, but it seems like the first few months of the year just flew by, and May is suddenly here! We hope you all are enjoying the spring season with its blooming flowers, verdant foliage, and wildlife scurrying about. To make your May a little brighter, a little warmer, and little bit magical, here’s an enchanting digital wallpaper for your desktop, laptop, or tablet.
It’s April, and spring is in full swing. If you have a green thumb, you’ve probably already decided what plants you’re going to grow this year. Raymond the reindeer thought he’d try his hand hoof at gardening, and with some help, he got this little garden started!
In many places across the globe, spring is just around the corner. Soon flowers will begin blooming and plants will sprout new foliage. We thought we’d help you spring into the new month (and new season ahead!) with a wallpaper featuring Raymond the reindeer in a lush garden he visited during one of his trips south. So whether you’re seeing signs of spring or are still waiting for the snow to melt, you can download this wallpaper and enjoy the sunny scene all month long.
As we enter this new month, we can’t help thinking about the lovey-dovey holiday many of you celebrate on February 14th. That’s right, we’re talking about Valentine’s Day! We elves get tickled pink at the sight of all the heart decorations on display all over the world—and at the North Pole. Raymond the reindeer is feeling especially affectionate this year and wanted to shower you all with love. So, consider this wallpaper a token of his affection that you can enjoy all month long!
As we’re sure you can understand, all of us elves were rather pooped after the holiday season. Now that we’ve had some rest and relaxation, we thought we’d share a 2016 calendar with you! In this wallpaper, Raymond the reindeer is accompanied by one of his little penguin pals who is visiting from the South Pole. We can’t handle the cuteness overload!
We hope everyone had a very merry Christmas! All of us up here at the North Pole had a lovely Christmas indeed.
Yesterday in her blog post, Mary talked a lot about gratitude, so we wanted to take a 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!
As 2015 draws to a close, there are now 366 days until Christmas. [Don't forget that next year is a leap year!] We won’t be posting on the Elf Blog quite as often over the next several months, but come check back every now and then because we will be posting a few surprises between now and next holiday season
So, what is your favourite Christmas memory from this year? Did you spend time with loved ones, volunteer, or try out a new holiday recipe? Let us know in the comments below.
Thanks again for spending part of your Christmas with us here at northpole.com, and we wish you a very happy and healthy 2016!
Happy December, everyone! We’ve been counting down the days until Christmas all year long, but now the big day is only 24 days away. Yippee! To celebrate our favorite month, here’s a heaping helping of holiday spirit—a cozy desktop calendar featuring Raymond the reindeer.
A little over a month. Less than 5 weeks. 32 days. However you want to phrase it, the fact remains that it will be Christmas before we know it!
This is an especially busy time here at northpole.com, just as I’m sure it’s a busy time for you. I do hope that you and your family will come visit us here regularly during the holiday season. Besides all of the great stuff elsewhere on the site [such as the fabulous crafts, yummy recipes, and letters to Santa], we will be bringing you fun, festive content here on the Elf Blog every single day between now and Christmas.
If you love holiday events, are wondering where Raymond the reindeer travelled to this year, or simply need a daily dose of Christmas joy, the Elf Blog has you covered. We look forward to spending the holiday season with you and yours!