At first I didn't think I had anything to show, then just two days ago this envelope came from Eva. It seems very professional, however I think Eva made it by hand. Despite the fruits shown, the bright colors made me think of spring.
Here is the stamp, issued last year by Correos as part of their series on Spanish traditions and customs. I think it is both humorous and odd. How could you not smile at seeing a rooster and hen in a stained glass window? And an odd tradition/custom (although as I am reminded often, since Brits have Morris dancing, maybe I shouldn't find the customs of others odd!). And perfect for, even though not related to, the Lunar New Year of the Rooster.
The 5c definitive goes with the envelope perfectly.
Eva even added the explanation sheet - thank you! I love the fact that there is still a henhouse at the Cathedral to this day. You can click Eva's enclosure for a larger view, or if you prefer to see it on Correos' website here's the link. Thanks, Eva!
For more humor and oddities on stamps, check out all the links here.