As a young child, Persnickety founder Chari Pack found joy in documenting life through photos. Babysitting money was always used for film and developing. In the 5th grade, she took it upon herself to publish a DIY style yearbook by gluing highlight photos she'd taken throughout the year with her 110 camera. She sold the yearbook for $2.50.
In 2007, and 3 small boys later, Chari embraced digital imaging and learned photoshop in an attempt to document her families memories.
Chari would design 12x12 "scrapbook" pages in photoshop, but could not find quality prints that were affordable. After her long search, she saw a need and created her own.
After 2 failed attempts with business partners, Chari started over again in 2010, this time on her own. She maxed out car loans and a credit card to launch Persnickety Prints.