The beautiful USPS Colorado Hairstreak Butterfly Stamp makes it debut less than a month from now in Estes Park, Colorado, on March 9th! If you love butterflies and having wonderful stamp for those oversized big square envelopes, you’ll really enjoy seeing what is on the horizon!
The stamp announcement on it was sharing the Colorado Hairstreak butterfly (Hypaurotis crysalus) is NOT attracted to flowers. Also, it is the state of Colorado official insect.
Colorado Hairstreak Butterfly Stamp Debuts March 9th
It is the “… eighth non-machineable butterfly stamp for use on irregularly-sized envelopes, such as square greeting cards, invitations, or announcements”
Another thing to keep in mind is the stamp design is not an exact image of it.
“The stamp art was created digitally using images of preserved butterflies as a starting point. The result is a highly-stylized, simplified image of a Colorado hairstreak …”
The net of the pricing is 75 cents each stamp and only available in a sheet of 20 so $15.00One can go ahead and pre-order at the USPS Postal Store SKU 121204.
Think of adorning those large square envelopes with this pretty stamp! In the meantime, don’t forget to send your Valentine’s off in the snail mail. See you back here on Sunday, Valentine’s Day!
Attribution & Thank you to the following mentioned today
USPS Postal Bulletin 22564, 1-28-2021; Stamp Announcement 21-9, USPS Postal Store link above
You may also enjoy my AnchoredScraps post on New Butterfly Square Stamp 2016, September 23, 2016