I love my [ Fitz Like A Glove™ ] ironing board cover!
The [ Best Boy ] pressing cloth will greatly contribute to my ironing pleasure.
The Sweet Shoo is already hard at work (!) and it too is just beautiful.
I am so glad that I saw your business referred to in an article in Australian Country Style.
Thank you also for the personal touches. They added to a delightful shopping experience.
Image: From my garden. Rugosa Rugosa bud.
These have the sweetest fragrance of all roses.
It’s like being in a florist shop.
Feedback is the lifeblood of every business. Without it, there’s no direction to follow. Positive feedback is the best of all. When you receive it, you just know you’re on the right path.
~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤
I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.
It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.
The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover cover has more than 350,000 customers in 29 countries. Because it lives up to its name. It ‘Fitz Like A Glove™’ every time you iron.
And these are the ‘Other Goodies’
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Photos of my rural property are courtesy of me, Ironing Diva – who is also known as a Paddock Paparazzi – and taken at sunrise every morning.
A Kookaburra. Laughing In The Morning Sunshine.
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A Kookaburra. Sits In The Old Gum Tree.