Monkey Lisa products have been available in children's boutiques and gift shops throughout the southeast since early 2006. Committed to quality and cuteness, Monkey Lisa is located in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Monkey Lisa™ expands the Home Accessories business to include 4" x 6" photo albums. These lightweight plastic albums make convenient and attractive brag books. Each album features a pretty fabric cover with a coordinating ribbon wrapped around the front cover.
Monkey Lisa™ adds the Hair Accessories Holder to the product line, to help customers neatly organize their Monkey Lisa headbands and hair clips.
Monkey Lisa™ creates the Kozette™ wrap and tote, designed to add color and personality to the Amazon Kindle cover.
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Monkey Lisa™ introduced Stretchky™ key chains, designed to be worn on the wrist (for carrying keys while on the go--at the gym or at the office) or hung on a doorknob.
Monkey Lisa added hand towels with ribbon trim (with or without a bow) to the product line.
Monkey Lisa introduced Cranklz™ reversible shoe straps in patterns for boys.
Monkey Lisa introduced Cranklz reversible shoe straps in sizes for women.
Monkey Lisa, owner of Cranklz reversible straps for shoes, and Wee Ones™, Inc., a leader in infants and girls accessories for 33 years, announced the launch of the new line of Cranklz straps for Wee Ones. The interchangeable and reversible Cranklz ribbon straps fit children's shoes, such as Crocs™ Kids Cayman™ shoes.
Monkey Lisa introduced patent-pending Cranklz reversible straps for shoes with removable straps, such as Crocs shoes.
Monkey Lisa, the company, was born. The initial product offering included three styles of headbands.
Monkey Lisa, the person, was born.
Who is Monkey Lisa?
Monkey Lisa is a real live person, but a few years older than the toddler that she was when her uncle lovingly gave her that nickname. The company, Monkey Lisa, came to life in 2006, when Lisa started making and selling headbands on the side of her full-time career in marketing for technology companies. The entrepreneur in Lisa loved the creation process—creation of the products and creation of a new company. So, she left the technology to the much more talented geeks and expanded the line of Monkey Lisa fashion accessories to include patent-pending Cranklz ribbon straps for shoes, multiple styles of headbands and hair clips, hair accessories holders, hand towels, photo albums, PageGrabr™ magnetic bookmarks and Stretchky™ and regular key chains.
Today, Monkey Lisa products are available in clothing and gift stores throughout the southeast. Headquartered in the Raleigh area of North Carolina, Monkey Lisa is committed to quality and cuteness.