If you’ve celebrated a few Chinese New Years already, you’re likely very familiar with the lucky red envelopes that usually contain gifts of money. This card is decorated with cherry blossoms, firecrackers, and a few of those envelopes, too. Send the Red Envelopes Happy Chinese New Year Card to wish your friends and family many opportunities, experiences, and yes, abundant wealth in 2020!
Another beautifully designed ecard for Chinese New Year. The classic design is so appealing and will put the one who receives it in the mood to celebrate. Go ahead, press the send button.
One way to put everyone in the mood to celebrate Chinese New Year is by sending them a beautifully designed ecard. Upon seeing the ecard, their hearts will be filled with happiness. With happiness, good luck and prosperity will follow. So make everyone happy by sending them this ecard.
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!
Red is used to celebrate the Chinese New Year because the color is associated with energy, happiness, and good luck! And the color gold, as you might guess, symbolizes riches. Wish your friends and family all of that goodness by sending them the Lucky in Red Happy Chinese New Year Card for 2020. Including the phrase “Gong Xi Fa Chai” meaning “may you attain great wealth.”
Have a friend who’s a true firecracker? Spirited, high energy, and tons of fun? Then you’ve got to send them the Firecrackers Happy Chinese New Year Card! Decorated with, what else, a string of red firecrackers. Why not kick off their 2020, year of the rat, with a compliment and a wish for them to be lucky in love (and all other areas of life, too).
We aren’t sure how this card could get any luckier! Decorated with lush plum blossoms, several shades of red and gold, and a Chinese knot. The Chinese knot symbolizes good luck and prosperity and wards off evil spirits. Send the Plum Blossoms Happy Chinese New Year card to your friends and family that need a spot of luck the most.
Delicate cherry blossoms on a branch stretch out from the front of this card. Red and gold Chinese lanterns float majestically by as we bid goodbye to 2019 and welcome in the Chinese New Year for 2020. Wish those most important to you a year of perfect health and unparalleled success by sending the Cherry Blossoms Happy Chinese New Year Card.
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.
Want to send someone a compliment to kick off their 2020 with a huge smile? Send our Looking Good Happy Chinese New Year Card to someone special and make their day. The card with a cute smiling rat (for year of the rat!) claims that 2020 is looking good…and so is your friend! In classic reds and golds to further symbolize wealth and good luck.
Gong Xi Fa Chai. Enlarge your wealth. Wish all your best buddies an even more prosperous year by sending them the Red Lanterns Happy Chinese New Year Card. Red Chinese lanterns drift about surrounded by gold text. Red for good luck, gold for riches. This lovely card is suitable for all your friends and family members this Chinese New Year.
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.
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.