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The Year of the Snake begins on February 10. Check out our selection of Chinese New Year crafts.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with this mini version of the monster-size parade dragon; another great holiday craft from Spoonful.
Present your Chinese New Year gift inside our printable red envelope.
This handy printable will show you the animal that corresponds with your birth year, and the most likely compatible signs.
These decorative lanterns aren't meant to be lit, but they're great additions to your party décor.
Dragons represent good fortune, so they often make appearances at celebrations of Chinese New Year. Create your own luck with this puppet-size dragon.
A common decoration during Chinese New Year is a string of red firecrackers. Some believe that throwing firecrackers scares away evil spirits. Make a string of your own to display!
You can guess your fortune with this felt Chinese fortune cookie decoration, but no peeking! This kids craft is a great table decoration for Chinese New Year or New Year's Day.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with this fun and easy Chinese dragon craft for kids. Make it a group project and create your own dragon parade.
Make this pretty Chinese fan is made from construction paper and paint stamps. It will make a great accent to your Chinese New Year celebration!
During Chinese New Year it is common for children to receive a red envelope containing money as a gift from family members. Make your own red envelope and decorate it with good luck symbols!