Fox News’ Laura Ingraham reported Thursday that the brand has been on a tear over the past few years, and it’s all because of the popularity of their DIY decor.
The line has been selling out at Target stores across the country, and Ingraham noted that customers are choosing to buy items they can customize and make in their homes.
She said the trend is “so popular because it’s so simple.”
Ingraham said she noticed people are using “funky things” and DIY decor to decorate their homes, and that the trend has a lot to do with “women.”
The trend, which she said is all about personal style and not necessarily gender, is “a big one,” Ingraham told Fox News.
It’s not just about making something that’s “cool.”
She added, “It’s about personalizing the look and the vibe of your home.”
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Holly Blume, the brand’s co-founder and co-owner, said the company’s DIY line is a “real gift” to people who don’t have a lot of time or money to buy something.
It makes it easier for people to customize their homes with unique designs and accessories.
“It’s not that you need a lot or you need some expensive stuff.
You don’t need a bunch of expensive things.
You need a little bit of the essentials and the things you need that you can live in and use,” she said.
“If you want to make something that will last forever, you can make that.
You just need to take some time and work with what you have.”
Holly is known for the line of products that she creates.
She started out by creating and selling a line of handbags, and she also creates a line that features her own creations.
She said she started with a simple line of jewelry and then expanded to clothing, accessories and accessories for men.
The company started with about 15 items, but now it has about 500.
She also makes a line called “Lemonade” that has the names of popular products like The Oatmeal, Banana Republic, Starbucks and The Gap.
She sells it online, too.
“I think we’re a little crazy, but we do things that people can’t imagine,” she told Fox.
“People are really obsessed with making something unique and fun, and I think that’s why we’re doing what we’re making.”
She also said that she is trying to change how women dress, as well.
“Women are doing a lot more with their bodies,” she explained.
“They’re going to wear a dress with a lot and a lot pockets, and a little zipped up, and we want to get that trend up.
It seems like a pretty simple thing.
We want to have that little bit more of that, and be able to make a dress that is really sexy and really feminine.”
I think women are doing more with what they wear than they ever have.
And I think the way we’re talking about it is a really simple thing.
“Ingraham noted how the DIY craze has a big impact on women’s lives.
She has an 8-year-old son who loves DIY.”
You know what?
But you know, I think people have grown up so much, and they want to know what they can do to have a good life, but they don’t know how to do it. “
I’m not trying to be the parent of a grown-up kid.
But you know, I think people have grown up so much, and they want to know what they can do to have a good life, but they don’t know how to do it.
So now, I feel more comfortable to ask questions and say, ‘You know, what can I do to make it easier?'”
Ingraham said the DIY line has helped people get back to basics, but it’s not everything they want.
She also added that she’s noticed that some of her customers are becoming more comfortable with the idea of getting out and having fun.
“My mom said, ‘Mom, I’m not going to go shopping again until I have some DIY stuff,'” Ingraham recalled.
“And I’m like, ‘Oh, I know.
I’m going to make some of that.
I’ll go out and buy some of those things, and make a DIY thing and put it in my closet.’
And that’s exactly what I’m doing now.”