JANUARY 20TH, 2009 10:44AM PST 
*Whip up good fortune cupcakes with Family Corner. *Activity Village offers a variety of Chinese New Year craft projects for young children. *Print the cutest Chinese New Year envelopes on Mushy. *Make an ox pin or magnet with Kaboose.
*Print these sweet Year of the Ox notes on Tricia-Rennea Art and Illustrations. *Visit the Shishi Girl for a paper lantern pattern and tutorial. *Learn how to personalize chopsticks on Little Birdie Secrets. *Social Couture offers a wealth of fabulous ideas for an Asian-inspired dinner party.
*View a large variety of Chinese New Year party ideas, recipes and decorating ideas on Not Just a Mommy. *Chow.com shares ten good-luck foods to eat for Chinese New Year. *Print a variety of children's Chinese New Year coloring pages on Activity Village. *Kids will love making these fun straw fire crackers with a how-to from Julie K in Taiwan.
*Grab a variety of Chinese New Year printables for children on Activity Village. *Kids Craft Weekly is back with a Chinese New Year edition full of DIY projects!*That Artist Woman shows us how to make a beautiful Chinese dragon puppet. *Help kids print, decorate and assemble this fun Chinese New Year zodiac wreath from About.com.
*Print and assemble these adorable ox pendants with a how-to and template from craftideas.info. *Activity Village shares a variety of Chinese New Year education links for children, including games and activities. *Visit Not Just A Mommy for a variety of Asian-inspired party ideas. *YumSugar shares recipes for a delicious Chinese New Year dinner.
*Craft decorative chinoiserie eggs with a how-to from Style at Home. *Learn how to make Shinsei Sangria on YumSugar. *Print and assemble this beautiful paper dragon puppet with a template from Martha. *HP shares a variety of printable gift boxes.
*Martha shares the how-to fro this Chinese New Year envelope place setting. *Julie K in Taiwan teaches us how to make Chinese key papercuts. *The Kitchn shares ten recipes for Chinese New Year. *Make your own good luck oranges with this how-to from Julie K. in Taiwan.
*Learn how to make a lantern for Chinese New Year on The {NewNew} York Street Team Blog. *Craft Girls walks through two different lantern projects. *Get a printable Chinese New Year red envelope card from HP.*Make a Chinese New Year welcome door hangar with Kaboose.

6 Responses to “Chinese New Year Roundup”

  1. pretty penny designs Says:

    cute ideas! Thanks!
    Kelly

  2. Grace@PoeticHome Says:

    What an adorable post!!! I love Chinese New Years, and your craft picks are creative and really set the mood for celebration!

  3. Aunt LoLo Says:

    Thank you for this!

  4. Asianmommy Says:

    Great cupcakes!

  5. Dawn Says:

    Thanks for another shout out!! You’re so nice to share me with your readers.

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