Hi, I'm Lisa Pardo. I’m a busy, houseproud mum and I’m always on the lookout for ways to keep my household running smoothly (and looking great). I’m also the owner and chief organiser here at The Pretty Store.
Whether you're craving a clutter-free kitchen or trying to avoid those lost property headaches, professionally printed and long-lasting labels are the perfect solution. I love helping families just like yours enjoy the benefits that come from having a stylishly organised home.
I've poured my heart and soul into crafting beautiful and unique labels for The Pretty Store's range. And with my sample pack of pantry and spice jar labels, I guarantee that finding the perfect labels to organise and add style to your home will be easy.
When I started making my own kitchen labels in 2016, I wasn't looking to start a business. Like many of my customers, I had discovered and fallen in love with the Thermomix. I had an ever-growing range of pantry items and spices that helped satisfy my desire to try new recipes.
The problem was, I had so many herbs and spices that my pantry looked like something even Marie Kondo wouldn't touch. And, if I couldn't find what I was looking for when I needed it, I felt frustrated. I was even wasting money on ingredients that I already had. You know the ones I'm talking about. They're buried at the back of your pantry, tucked in between two boxes of raisins and a container of shaved coconut that may be well and truly expired!
I needed a smart storage solution, but labelling my containers with masking tape and a marker wasn't going to cut it. So, I designed a set of labels, they saved my kitchen and my sanity, and I'm not too proud to say they looked great. So great, in fact, that my friends and family were asking me to make them a set.
That's when 'Pretty Pantry Labels' was born. Since then we've expanded our range and in May of 2022 we changed our name to The Pretty Store. A name that encompasses our expanded range, one that will help you bring a little 'pretty' to your home.
Now I help other busy families turn their homes into organisational havens. Homes where everything has its place.