As we look forward to 2020, we remain hopeful that this new year will be full of blessings. Wish all your friends a Happy Chinese New Year by sending them this tasteful Year of the Rat card. The rat is believed to be a symbol of power and good fortune. The card is in classic red and gold to further symbolize wealth and riches in this new calendar year!
The combination of the traditional red and gold lanterns with a very elegant design, this festive card is a reminder that you're thinking of your loved ones as they celebrate Chinese New Year. It's the Year of the Ox and surely it will bring good fortune, good luck as well as a new, prosperous beginning.
Wish a Happy Chinese New Year to your pals by sending this Cute Ox card. Complete with the phrase “Gong Xi Fa Chai” which means you wish them an increase in wealth! You're a good friend, this card proves it.
Colorful fireworks and lanterns are set against the historic city landscape, bringing your wishes for peace and prosperity as they celebrate the Chinese New Year! It’s the Year of the Rat. The first of all the zodiac animals, the rat symbolizes a fresh start and is also a sign of wealth and surplus, making this the perfect greeting for anyone entering into 2020 with hopes for good fortune.
With the upcoming Chinese New Year, it is best that you send a greeting card to the ones you love to remind them to be happy is festive season. The OX shall bring strength and prosperity to everyone this year and it is a season to smile and celebrate!
The OX is gentle and loyal. This perfectly explains the person whom you're sending this card to. A perfect fit for that special pal of yours who will surely appreciate the gesture.
2020 is the Year of the Rat in the Chinese culture. And this card is a special way to help them celebrate! Featuring the rat symbol in a lavish gold design against a traditional red background, it brings your wishes for good luck and good fortune as they enter into the next lunar year. Whoever they are, and wherever you’re sending from, they’re sure to be touched by your thoughtful words.
2020 is year of the rat, and I think we’re all hoping for a successful year of turning misfortunes into good luck! Send this beautiful red and gold Good Fortune Happy Chinese New Year Card to wish all your friends and loved ones an abundant year of wealth and success. The card is decorated with red envelopes symbolizing good luck.
Chinese New Year is upon us, and this festive card helps you send your very best wishes. With the signature greeting, “Gong xi fa chai!”(“wishing you enlarge your wealth”), it’s designed in the traditional red color and rich in symbolism. Though the greeting may be simple, there is lots of sentiment behind it, helping someone feel special as they celebrate 2020, The Year of the Rat.
The OX is a symbol of hardwork, positivity and honesty. For the 2021, these elements are important as we continue to battle the pandemic which we will surely come up on top soon. Hence this Chinese New Year card be extra meaningful to those who receives it. Don't wait, share this card with the ones you love now.
With the popular greeting of “Gong Xi Fa Chai,” (“wishing you enlarge your wealth”) and traditional red and gold lanterns, this festive card is a special reminder that you’re thinking of them as they celebrate Chinese New Year. It’s the Year of the Rat, which brings good fortune and good luck during this important holiday, along with a new, prosperous beginning.
May your happiness be without limit in this coming year! As the holiday approaches, send this Chinese New Year card to celebrate all the best parts of the New Year celebration! The decorated paper fans, crackling fireworks, and tasseled paper lanterns will bring to mind the celebrations of years past as you welcome in this new start. Use this Chinese New Year card to wish good fortune to your loved ones this year!
Beautiful cherry blossoms bloom on trees while traditional red lanterns fill the air. What a wonderful card for wishing the people you care about a Happy Chinese New Year in festive fashion! As they enter into the Year of the Rat, they’ll know you’re thinking of them and sending good fortune, whether you’re nearby or somewhere across the miles.