January 15th, 2009

For this coming Chinese New Year, why not creating your very own Hong Bao to give to your kids and family members? They are easy and fun to make with this new set:

This HongBao One Envelopes Set contains 6 ‘Hong Bao’ (‘Red Pockets’ for Chinese New Year) to help you create beautifully unique ‘Hong Bao’ this coming Chinese New Year! The finished size of each pocket is 3.5″ wide x 6.5″ tall. PNG format created at 300dpi, just insert your photos/add your own greetings, then print, trim and glue together (or use double-sided sticky tape or tape gun) – quick and easy with gorgeous results that sure to impress everyone who receive them! Simple Instruction is provided with the kit. Warning: the actual set shows so much more ztampfilicious details than the preview image shown above!

The Chinese Greetings on the pockets read:
– “Gong Xi Fa Cai” means: “Congratulations and be prosperous” – the most common greetings used for Chinese New Year
– “Xinnian Kuaile” means: “Happy New Year”
– “Niannian Youyu” means: “Wishing you bountiful surpluses year after year” (it’s a word play involving the word “yu”: fish which sounds like “you”: bountiful – hence the symbolic use of fish)

Hope you’ll find them useful :). Let me know if you have any questions.


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2 Responses to “Custom Made Hong Bao!”

Timmerman Noord-Holland Says:

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Easter Ideas For Kids Says:

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