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Loads of crafts and recipes to help you celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 14, 2010.
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!
Make this door hanger to welcome good fortune into your home this Chinese New Year.
During the celebration of Chinese New Year, oranges and tangerines are displayed in trays or bowls. Tangerines are symbolic of good luck and oranges represent wealth. Make your own tray of oranges to share good luck with your whole family!
This cute little rodent, whether it be a mouse or a rat, is absolutely adorable! A cute clay pot craft for kids for Chinese New Year or a rainy afternoon.
Dumplings have a resemblance to ancient Chinese coins, making them symbolic of wealth for the Lunar New Year. Make some of these felt versions to wish your family prosperity for the year to come.
What Chinese New Years is complete without colorful dragons on parade? Print out our printable pattern and create a Chinese dragon using our instructions.
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.
This easy-to-assemble printable dragon puppet will be a big hit at your party.