Chinese New Year is tomorrow, Feb. 7. In preparation for your party, print some paper lantern votive holders, door decorations, 3D zodiac animals, and more from HP's Chinese New Year downloads section.
Kung Hei Fat Choy. (Happy Chinese New Year in Cantonese) or Gong Sie Fa Tsi (Mandarin) I really enjoy all of your little projects. And congrats on the beautiful fabrics.
Just wanted to say that it's not just Chinese New Year- it's the Lunar New Year based on the Lunar calendar and we celebrate it in Korea. I think they celebrate it throughout Asia.Thanks for the cool decorations and I always love your posts. Once I get back to the states I'm going to order some fabric, I love it!
Sorry! I have lots of Chinese friends here who influence me, and in the U.S. it tends to be called Chinese New Year generally, even though it's "lunar calendar new year." The greeting card sections in stores call it Chinese New Year, too, I've noticed. Which might be a case of labeling everything asian "Chinese," like we tend to. :)
thanks for the link, jess! i'm spending chinese new year away from home for the first time and this is a fun way to decorate my apartment. the little "take-out" boxes are very sweet.
Those are so much fun! Thanks for sharing!Anne
Kung hei fat choy!
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