Valentine’s Day Gift and So Much More

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The response is immeasurable to the “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart by Inseparable Treasures. A meaningful keepsake that goes beyond the traditions of Valentine’s Day Gift giving is attaining great responses from purchasers and recipients.

"A Piece of Me" Exchange Heart

It's not just a heart pillow or some stuffed toy, it's a rich concept of the best things in life.

Long lines at the local florist and candy store can be avoided this year with a one stop online shop at http://www.inseparabletreasures.com. New to the e-commerce Inseparable Treasures has brought a product forward that consumers are overjoyed to share with their loved ones. The “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart offers so much more than the traditional gifts given this time of year. Although not specifically designed as a Valentine’s Day Gift but more as a significant representation of the value of relationships the “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart is becoming a fast favorite among purchasers and the recipients of the exchange.

The Exchange Heart illustrates the greatest gift that can ever be given; a piece of your heart. Relationships of all definitions; spouse/significant others, parents to children/grandchildren, children/grandchildren to parents, friendships, siblings and more are encountering momentous experiences by giving this gift. Simple in design the Exchange Heart is well received by both men and women of all ages young and old. “It’s not just a heart pillow or some stuffed toy, it’s a rich concept of the best things in life.” remarked a male purchaser.

What makes this gift so special is the message embossed on each side: We’ll never be apart, I am tucked inside your heart, here for you to squeeze “A Piece of Me”. It is with this message and treasures placed in the pocket that will ensure the response you desire when giving your loved one a gift.

The original “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart is made from a soft micro fiber perfect for holding close or a beautiful display. The heart has two sides which can be joined by a ribbon in the middle. When a piece of your heart is given away the half of heart symbolizes that a piece of you belongs to someone else. On the back of each side is a pocket to hold those personal notes, pictures, perfume scented swatch, jewelry, trinkets, lock of hair or a specially recorded message to your loved one. The pocket is faceted with the distinctive Inseparable Treasures logo of a heart in a treasure chest reminding you that love is the greatest treasure.

Inseparable Treasures LLC and the Exchange Heart is pulsing its way to the top with this meaningful keepsake. When the season has long passed those with the “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart will have something that will always remind them of the love they share.

Read what our consumers are saying about the “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart:

“It’s always the right time for this gift to be given. I bought one for my son in the military and another one for my dad back home. I just want them to know how much I love them when we’re so far apart.”

“When I heard about the Exchange Heart I thought what an amazing concept but I had no idea that they would be so beautiful.”

“My mom was visiting from back east and I gave her the “A Piece of Me” Exchange Heart. She cried and said it was the best gift ever. Thank you Inseparable Treasures!”

“He might not admit it but I saw my husband tear up when I gave him the “A Piece of Me” Exchange heart. Now that’s priceless!”

The Exchange Heart comes in red and also in ACU Digital and Desert Digital camouflage to accommodate our military families. Go to http://www.inseparabletreasures.com to see the beautifully written books and poems that can be tucked inside your hearts pocket. For more information about Inseparable Treasures LLC or to contact the designer go to http://www.inseparabletreasures.com contact us page or Inseparable Treasures Face Book/Twitter or e-mail john(at)inseparabletreasures(dot)com

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