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The Black Water Snake is lurking, ready to glide over to you – are you ready?

Have you seen this Charming Snake HongBao set to create your very own personalized hong bao AKA lai see AKA red pockets this Chinese New Year? Well, take a look:

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Need to scrap your Chinese New Year events or your trips to China?
Well, the Charming Snake Kit is here to help you!



Charming Snake Kit at http://shop.scrapbookgraphics.com/Charming-Snake-Kit.html

Or just get the Charming Snake Package Saving for the best deal:

Save 39% OFF when you get the Charming Snake Package Saving.
Head over to http://shop.scrapbookgraphics.com/Charming-Snake-Package.html now!

See some layouts done with it:

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by Carolyn

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by Lynn

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by Tracy

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by Fhung

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by Fhung

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January 24th, 2011 | 1 Comment »

This HongBao Rabbit Envelopes Set contains 6 designs/templates for ‘Hong Bao’ (‘Red Pockets’ or ‘Lai See’ for Chinese New Year) to help you create beautiful and totally unique ‘Hong Bao’ this coming Chinese New Year! This set is created mostly with the new Year of The Rabbit Kit (coming soon!). The preview just doesn’t do justice to the rich fine details and colors of the actual files. You can see the larger, Zoomify preview at Studio Ztampf! to better glimpse how ztampfilicious they are! And I’ve decided to run the Early Birds Special a bit longer – so go ahead at grab this set now at 20% OFF!

The finished size of each pocket is 3.5″ wide x 6.5″ tall. 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. Tips: You can also crop the front part and use it as a mini card/pages!

Warning: the actual set shows so much more ztampfilicious details than the preview images shown above!

The Chinese Greetings on the pockets read:
– “Gong Xi Fat Chai” means: “Congratulations and be prosperous” the most common greetings used for Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival).
– “Xinnian Kuaile” means: “Happy New Year”

All PNG format created at 300dpi for optimum print out quality.
Comments? Questions? Just contact me anytime!

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January 16th, 2009 | No Comments »

So what’s new, you ask? Here they are!

Spring Festival Kit:

See the papers a bit better here:

Spring Festival Album Set is available too:

Don’t forget the Spring Festival QuickCards Set and Hong Bao Envelope Templates Set:

And rejoice to romance and the romantic:



Of course… La Durelle Package Saving is also available! But better yet… read Ztampfever #41 just released today for the benefits ;). Yes, I said benefitS ;).

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January 15th, 2009 | 4 Comments »

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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