Glory Haus to Launch Collection with HGTV's Jen Hatmaker

jenhatmakerMARIETTA, GA - Gift and home décor manufacturer, Glory Haus, has partnered with New York Times bestselling author, HGTV television personality, blogger and speaker, Jen Hatmaker.

The line will debut at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market this week. Hatmaker will be on site to meet fans and introduce her line in the Cliff Price Showroom, Trademart Suite 1860, Thursday, June 23 at 2 p.m. CDT. She will be signing copies of her latest book, "For The Love: Fighting For Grace in a World of Impossible Standards" as well as prints of artwork from her collection.

jenhatmakerJen Hatmaker appeared at Glory Haus during the Dallas Market on June 23.
Items in the Glory Haus collection include a framed wood board, vintage‐inspired trucker hat, handmade jewelry including leather cuff bracelets and several styles of earrings, some of which are produced in a factory employed by single women who have been homeless at one time or another. This factory is a partnership between Glory Haus and the Atlanta-based MUST Ministries established within the Glory Haus headquarters.

The collection will be available in retail locations nationwide and online at GloryHaus.com, and Hatmaker will also make an appearance at the AmericasMart Atlanta International Home & Gift Market July 16 at 2 p.m. EDT in the Glory Haus Darrah & Co. showroom.

Hatmaker, a pastor's wife and mother of five, is the author of several books including the New York Times bestselling "For The Love: Fighting For Grace in a World of Impossible Standards," "7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess and Interrupted: When Jesus Wrecks Your Comfortable Christianity," and the star of HGTV’s “My Big Family Renovation,” and the recent pilot “Your Big Family Renovation.”

gloryhausThe Jen Hatmaker collection by Glory Haus

“We are thrilled to partner with Jen Hatmaker on a new line of products from Glory Haus,” said Molly Holm, owner and chief creative officer, Glory Haus. “Like millions of her fans, we are inspired by her humor, honesty and engaging story telling and are excited to be a part of creating a new line reflecting her personality and uplifting messages.”

Hatmaker added, “For years, companies have asked me to create a product line together, and I declined every time. It wasn’t until I met the Glory Haus team, discovered their best practices in business and manufacturing, and fell in love with everything from the craftsmen up to the CEO that I decided to partner with them, wholeheartedly so. From the formerly homeless women that make our earrings to the outstanding designers, I am all in here. This line is darling (all my favorite things), the Glory Haus team is phenomenal, and my tribe is going to adore every bit of it.”

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