"The Iron - A Pressing Item" is a print of a painting of an old antique iron. I actually painted this using the actual iron as a model. The iron was my mom's. My sister and I painted the it red. :) Then there is my "Fluff and Fold" art print. As we all know it is kind of a monotonous task to take freshly washed and dried towels out of the dryer and fold them neatly, but they do look pretty once they are placed on a shelf - or on top of the dryer! My "Clothes Pins in a Jar" print was painted from a Kerr jar filled with wooden clothes pins. This jar was something that I found at my aunt's house. I often wonder how long she had those pins in that jar. She had passed away and we were cleaning out her house when I found them. The last, but certainly not least in this "Wows of Laundry" series is "A Woman's Work is Never Done". Isn't that the truth! As I am writing this, I think of the towels in my dryer. Thank goodness I have a dryer and do not have to hang them with those clothes pins on a line to dry, and I don't have to iron them with that old iron. I only will need to fluff them a little and fold them!