Chinese New Year falls on 1st February this year (2022) and it’s the year of the ferocious tiger. Roarrr!!!
When I was young, I used to write Chinese New Year greeting cards to my friends and family. Similar to Christmas greeting cards, we write down our warmest wishes for our dearest in the New Year. I like my children to keep up with this tradition. Plus, letter and card writing are also great ways to practise their Chinese writing.
It can be an uphill task looking for Chinese New Year cards in non-Chinese speaking countries, so I made these 4 Chinese New Year cards you can print off at home and send to your friends and family wherever you may be in the world!
We’ll be sending one to my family in Singapore. What about you?
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Click on the images below to download the greeting cards you like (pdf file). There are four cute furry tigers to choose from!
*Please note that these greeting cards are for personal and non-commercial use only. I am more than happy for you to share this page link. BUT please do not share the files directly.
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Happy Lunar New Year!/Happy Chinese New Year!/新年快乐！