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Try these free Chinese New Years craft patterns and projects. Use many creative techniques and supplies to make a variety of holiday crafts related to Chinese New Years.
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About Chinese New Years
Find many fun crafts and other activities.

About Chinese New Years
Find many fun crafts and other activities.

Salt Dough Oranges
Chinese New Year is upon us. In some areas of China it is customary to present oranges to friends and relatives. In Chinese, the word 'orange' sounds like 'Ji', which translates to 'good luck'.

Fire Cracker
From your About.com Guide, make a pretend fir cracker out of a tooilet tissue roll.

Chinese New Year Books
If you want to read about Chinese New years, check out these great books for kids.

Fortune Cookie Craft
Discover how easy it is to make a little fortune cookie our of felt.

Chinese New Year Books
If you want to read about Chinese New years, check out these great books for kids.

Mandarin Orange Muffins
To the Chinese, oranges and tangerines represent wealth, luck and abundant happiness. Start your day off right with our healthy orange muffins and a big glass of orange juice!

Easy Paper Lantern
This paper lantern is easy to make and can be embellished to match any decor or to suit any occassion.

Easy Paper Lantern
This paper lantern is easy to make and can be embellished to match any decor or to suit any occassion.

Introduction to Chinese Calendar
Learn about how the Chinese calendar works.

Good Fortune Cupcakes
Whip up these Good Fortune cupcakes to share your wishes of good fortune for the coming year. According to Chinese tradition, red is the symbol for fire that scares away evil spirits. The markings on the cupcakes represent good luck.

Chinese Zodiac Game Cards
These printable, Chinese Zodiac Game cards can be used in many different ways; play a game or do crafts!

Noodle Fireworks
From your About.com Guide, Make a colorful fireworks picture using colored noodles.

Noodle Fireworks
From your About.com Guide, Make a colorful fireworks picture using colored noodles.

Chinese Red Lantern
Chinese New Year ends with a traditional Lantern Festival. Make your very own Chinese lantern and decorate it with glittery gold or whatever you choose! Hang your creation for all to see.

Party Poppers
Instructions to make a fun party popper. A great party favor!

Party Poppers
Instructions to make a fun party popper. A great party favor!

Chinese Fans
Fans were used in China many thousands of years of years ago and made out of many different materials such as silk, paper, feathers and palm leaves. You can make your own using these printable templates.

Chinese New Year Wreath
Use a paper plate and these printable templates to make this neat wreath.

Chinese New Year Wreath
Use a paper plate and these printable templates to make this neat wreath.

Chinese Fans
Fans were used in China many thousands of years of years ago and made out of many different materials such as silk, paper, feathers and palm leaves. You can make your own using these printable templates.

Chinese Red Lantern
Chinese New Year ends with a traditional Lantern Festival. Make your very own Chinese lantern and decorate it with glittery gold or whatever you choose! Hang your creation for all to see.

Chinese Zodiac Game Cards
These printable, Chinese Zodiac Game cards can be used in many different ways; play a game or do crafts!

Good Fortune Cupcakes
Whip up these Good Fortune cupcakes to share your wishes of good fortune for the coming year. According to Chinese tradition, red is the symbol for fire that scares away evil spirits. The markings on the cupcakes represent good luck.

Introduction to Chinese Calendar
Learn about how the Chinese calendar works.

Mandarin Orange Muffins
To the Chinese, oranges and tangerines represent wealth, luck and abundant happiness. Start your day off right with our healthy orange muffins and a big glass of orange juice!

Salt Dough Oranges
Chinese New Year is upon us. In some areas of China it is customary to present oranges to friends and relatives. In Chinese, the word 'orange' sounds like 'Ji', which translates to 'good luck'.

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