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Chinese New Year Red Envelopes Free Printable

This post was sponsored by Ling Ling, all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Celebrate Chinese New Year with a feast and this free Lucky Red Envelopes Free Printable.
Chinese New Year Feast with many Asian foods

Since we are a transracial family, it is important to us that we partake in customs from our various cultures. Not only to benefit our Asian child but to develop an understanding and appreciation of other cultures. We enjoy Chinese Hot Pot and love to give out Chinese Red Envelopes on Chinese New Year.

Year of the Dog

One of our favorite traditions is Chinese New Year. The Year of the Dog starts February 16. People born in the Year of the Dog are loyal, friendly, and kind, just like man’s best friend. Dogs will do everything for the person in their life who is the most important to them. They are often seen as stubborn because communication is not their strong suit, but they are usually good-natured and helpful.
Chinese New Year Meal with a stuffed animal dog

Our family’s favorite part of Chinese New Year is the meal. We enjoy a big feast at home. The meal is a mixture of our favorites and traditional foods. Our table includes noodles which symbolize happiness and longevity, dumplings or potstickers that represent wealth, and oranges for good luck. The table also has red on it, which represents joy and good fortune. We also have Red Envelopes.
yummy Asian noodles, dumplings, and sesame pancakes

Chinese Red Envelopes

Red Envelopes are a fun tradition. These envelopes are filled with money to be passed out during holidays and special occasions. Our children love getting these envelopes. Not only is the money inside desirable, the designs on the outside of the envelopes are pretty.
Chinese New Year of the Dog stuffed animal and red envelopes

Not everyone has access to these envelopes, so I have created an envelope printable for you. It has the ‘Fu’ symbol, which means good luck or fortune. The Fu symbol is associated with Chinese New Year. It is often seen upside down at the entrance of a Chinese home. This is to wish prosperity to all who come into the home. The freebie is a wish of good fortune to you. Download the envelope pattern at the bottom of the post.
Chinese New Year Red Envelope Printable

Chinese New Year Meal

We have been very busy lately, which has limited our time to prepare our New Year feast. Luckily Ling Ling offers authentic Asian style frozen foods that are quick and easy to prepare. We added Ling Ling Yakisoba Noodles to our table. These traditional Asian style noodles are infused with a tasty soy-based yakisoba sauce and contain grilled white-meat chicken and vegetables.
close up of Ling Ling Yakisoba Noodles

In addition to these delicious noodles, Ling Ling carries delicious potstickers and fried rice. Get a coupon for $2 off ONE Ling Ling Entree or Appetizer (20oz. or more) here. Find Ling Ling Asian Foods in the freezer section of these stores near you.
Ling Ling Asian Noodles
Now through Tuesday, March 6 you can enter the giveaway below to win one of (5) $100 Walmart Gift Cards.
Ling Ling Asian Kitchen Giveaway (Phase 3)
I-C will randomly select winners from all program entries and will facilitate fulfillment of the winning prizes.

Free Red Envelope Download

Download the Fu money envelope pattern here or by clicking the image below. I recommend that you print it out on red paper. Then cut, fold, and glue it into an envelope before filling with money to give out.
Chinese New Year Red Money Envelopes Free Printable - Download this free Lucky Red Envelope pattern and print it out on red paper. Fold, glue, and fill with money to hand out to family members.

Michele Michael

Tuesday 29th of January 2019

Thanks for posting at Funtastic Friday

Diana Rambles

Tuesday 29th of January 2019

You are welcome!

KAREN M

Saturday 3rd of March 2018

I WOULD LOVE TO TRY THE DRUNKEN NOODLE.S

Diana Rambles

Saturday 3rd of March 2018

They do look good!

Miz Helen

Sunday 25th of February 2018

Your post is awesome and thanks so much for sharing it with us at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great week and come back to see us real soon! Miz Helen

Lisa V.

Thursday 22nd of February 2018

l'd love to try the Drunken Noodles with Chicken.

Diana Rambles

Thursday 22nd of February 2018

So yummy!

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