A single faded red rose, just past its’ best. The petals have opened wide, and are darkening at the edges. In contrast to the fresh red rose, this close up shows the texture of the petals clearly.
The rose is the emblem of the Yorkists and Lancastrians (wars of the roses – white for York, red for Lancaster), and the symbol of the British Labour party. Scottish poet Robert Burns didn’t compare his love to a red, red rose for nothing. Long associated with beauty and perfection, red roses are a time-honored way to say “I love you.” This card is probably not perfect for a Valentines card, but maybe suitable for other occasions.
Cards are folded to A6 in size, printed on white card stock, and blank inside for your own message. Includes plain white envelope with each card.
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