by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
aaargh that reminds me I have a mountain of ironing to do downstairs!! lol
That is one nice iron!
That is the perfect color blue!! My favorite! :)
Sharon, you made me laugh - I don't do much ironing anymore and am glad of it!Yes, it's a work of art and I wish I could have lifted it to see how heavy it was, Carol.Heather, my favorite color blue, too!
Stunning - worth painting I'd say!
What a beautiful piece!
Dan, I'm tempted to try my hand at this one! ha haSherry, it is beautiful, isn't it? Might even make ironing less tedious?
It's a beauty! Too bad it's so heavy.
Kathyrn, I'm assuming it's heavy from the glass in it - and the functionality - but just think, no more free weights if you iron 1-2 times a week with this! ha ha
I saw one of those once! My mom said they made a lot of them during WWII because all metals were being used for the war effort. They are actually very pretty and quite artful.
Thanks for adding that bit of history, Dianne! And thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment :) I like your landscape paintings on your blog and your painting of the fruits, too!
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