Chinese New Year Greeting Card

Greeting cards, Winter Crafts


Chinese New Year will be really early this year, January 23. To celebrate with your Chinese friends, I’ve designed  you again a Chinese New Year card. As a gift.


This year will the year of the Water Dragon.



Meaning of the Chinese Dragon

The symbol of the mythical Chinese dragon stands for potency, auspicious power (particularly in relation to weather), strength, action (yang), and good luck. Unlike connotations in the West, the Chinese dragon is a benevolent creature.

Every Chinese year also carries one of the natural elements with it, and this year, it will be Water.  Water offers a balanced communication and a temperance of the fire of the dragon, allowing the opinion of others to be accounted for, leading to better decisions and outcomes.


Happy New Year to You

You can use the image above freely for personal use. You can copy/paste this one here as a eCard to add to your emails. If you prefer to get the larger version to print and mail out to your friends, then sign up for our newsletter. Once you click the confirmation link in the email you’ll receive, an auto-responder will send you a long list of free patterns and designs, including this one here. 


Happy Chinese New Year!

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