Cards by Sheerah Teo Page 3

Here is another page of Chinese New Year cards by Sheerah Teo. Page 3 is a page of handmade Chinese New Year cards with the Chinese character "Chun" meaning "Spring".

lunar new year cardSpring!

Sheerah uses red cardstock, vellum, punches and paper cutting to create this beautiful Chinese New Year card.

chinese new year cardDie-cut Flowers Spring Card

Orangy color cardstock and the same paper cutting for the chinese character "spring"

plum blossom cardSpring Blossoms Card

Another Chinese New Year card by Sheerah Teo. Here Sheerah used three different kind of punches to create this card - corner, border and a flower punch to represent the plum blossoms which signify spring.

Sidebar: This year I decided not to have plum blossoms in the house but instead I bought some lion heads branches which I placed inside a big chinese vase. That will be the main decoration for this Lunar New Year.

handmade new year cardSimple Spring Card

Another Chinese New Year card handmade by Sheerah Teo.

homemade card ideasHappy New Year!

Here's another homemade Lunar New Year card I received from Sheerah.

homemade chinese new year card messageInside Cards

Inside the handmade Lunar New Year cards, Sheerah printed some beautiful card inserts for each card.

More Chinese New Years Cards by Sheerah

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