An envelope is shown upon which there is a question mark. Nearly a dozen cards are removed and shown to have the names of various colors written on them. The cards are mixed and a spectator is asked to remove one. The remaining cards are put away back into the envelope. The spectator can put the card away someplace on their person. In spite of this, the performer is able give them a reading (if desired) based on the color as well as divine the color of the card selected.
Included are the complete instructions for this routine which includes Kyle's color coding system "A Question of Color", templates for creating your own Questionable Envelopes and custom designed color cards for the routine.
The envelopes and color card templates can be printed from your home color printer on the paper stock of your choice. Included is a template for producing manila colored envelopes from plain white paper, or a generic template for printing white envelopes or for printing on colored paper.
The Questionable Envelope is a clever utility item that you can use as is or as a tool to develop your own routines. A must have for the modern mind reader.
1st edition 2016, 13 pages.
word count: 1453 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text