Seasonal Magic for a Perpetual Love Note

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What gift will keep on giving beyond the holidays?...a Hide a Heart! So many times the 'blush of a gift' wears off too soon, but giving a glass heart to say, "love you" is a keepsake people will hold on to for years.

Twenty-seven years ago my husband surprised me with a little red glass heart he had hidden for me to discover. From that day on we have hidden the heart for each other and over the years the meaningfulness of the little heart has grown.

Made in the USA of ruby glass, Hide a Heart is romantic, inexpensive and reusable when couples take turns hiding the heart in a secret place for an affectionate surprise. Hide a Heart makes a perfect stocking stuffer and wonderful gift to give someone who is far away from home. For those who may be ill, going through a particularly challenging time during the holiday season and in need of some ‘Hope & Healing’, the purple glass heart is given to offer comfort, support and honors courage. Each heart is beautifully packaged for gift-giving.

Cathy Lunsford-Bowles tells the story that inspired Hide a Heart. “Twenty-seven years ago my husband surprised me with a little red glass heart he had hidden for me to discover. From that day on we have hidden the heart for each other and over the years the meaningfulness of the little heart has grown.” After a lot of discussion and realizing the idea held great potential as a meaningful gift for other couples, they trademarked the name Hide A Heart™ and started their business. “We wanted to share with others what began as a way for us to speak and keep the ‘language of love’ alive in our relationship,” says Lunsford-Bowles.

“In a world where there is a desire to return to a more simple and thoughtful expression of love, we believe Hide a Heart can help facilitate relationship-building” Randy said. “Couples using a Hide a Heart to help create positive communication simply feels good.” continued Randy.

http://www.hideaheart.com

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