Chinese New Year Cards Created By Sheerah Teo

Here's a whole page of handmade Chinese New Year Cards by Sheerah Teo from Malaysia.

Sheerah created these Chinese New Year Cards by using punches and paper cutting. 

handmade chinese new year cardBlessings!

A handmade Happy Chinese New Year Card - red and gold theme.

a handmade chinese new year card

Here's another quite similar Happy Chinese New Year Card by Sheerah.

a chinese new year cardFull or Abundance

A typical Chinese New Year wish - May your rice pot be always full or overflowing - which is another word for wishing one a prosperous year.

homemade lunar new year cardSnoopy Wishes

Snoopy - because 2006 is the year of the dog according to the lunar calendar.

chinese new year cardBlessings Roll In

Another Chinese New Year Card with a picture of a dog and also the chinese character "FU". The word "FU" is deliberately pasted upside down - special meaning - that all good things (blessings) will roll in.

Sidebar: Chinese New Year is only 3 days away and I have just only pasted the upside down character "FU" on the front wall facing the main gate.

a handmade chinese new year cardHappy Chinese New Year!

Another playful card by Sheerah Teo.

More Handmade Cards Created by Sheerah

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