Fantastic Hearts launches globally online and locally on the Bath High Street, Somerset

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Fantastic Hearts offers a wide variety of unique and great heart gifts for everyone.

Fantastic Hearts, the online retailer of heart-shaped and heart motif gifts, announced today that they have now launched their new eCommerce website, http://www.fantastichearts.com and will also launching a retail outlet in Bath City Centre, Somerset from 3rd November 2011.

Fantastic Hearts offers a wide variety of unique and great gifts for everyone. Some of their gifts are entirely exclusive to Fantastic Hearts and cannot be bought anywhere else. Their vast selection covers the categories of ‘Busy Man’, Celebrations, Fashion, Gifts, Indoor & Outdoor living, Sport, Gadget and Travel. Fantastic Hearts also has an exciting range of traditional Christmas decorations, along with some fabulous Bomb Cosmetics selections. Fantastic Hearts is a great supporter of charities, and are currently donating £2 to Breast Cancer research, for every ‘pink’ pendant sold.

“We have a lot of exciting projects in the pipeline,” said Hazel Watt, Director of Fantastic Hearts. “We aim to offer customers quality, without the high price tag. We have searched the globe, far and wide for our products, all of which are either heart-shaped or feature a heart motif. Some of our items are entirely handmade and simply cannot be found anywhere else. We aim to further expand our handmade product range with a focus on local artisans.”

Customers using the Fantastic Hearts website, benefit from free postage and packing within the UK and a 30 day no quibble guarantee. What more could you ask for?

When asked where the idea for ‘Fantastic Hearts’ came from, Hazel explained “I initially handcrafted heart-shaped jewellery, and successfully sold my hearts in a variety of shops. However due to demand, I wished to make my jewellery available to a wider client base - that paired with my love of ‘Hearts’ sowed the seed for the business.“

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