Free Printable Chinese New Year Wrapping Paper – Year of the Tiger

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This free printable Chinese New Year Wrapping Paper has been updated for the Year of the Tiger! Chinese New Year gift wrap can be used in lots of different ways, not just for wrapping gifts! There are four sizes and six designs to choose from, and all are free to print at home as many times as you need!

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Chinese New Year Wrapping Paper

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Chinese New Year Wrapping Paper

The Ox is the second of all zodiac animals. According to one Tigers are the third of the Chinese zodiacs. According to legend, Tiger was confident that no one could compete with its speed and vigor for the celestial race that would decide the order of the zodiacs. However, when Tiger climbed out of the river, thinking it was first, it was informed that Rat placed first for its cunning and Ox placed second for its diligence. This left the king of the jungle having to settle for third place. – Chinese Zodiac, the Jade Emperor said the order would be decided by the order in which they arrived to his party. The Ox was about to be the first to arrive, but Rat tricked Ox into giving him a ride. Then, just as they arrived, Rat jumped down and landed ahead of Ox. Thus, Ox became the second animal. – Chinese Zodiac

Your Chinese Zodiac is Tiger if you are born in one of these years: 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022.

I’ve also got lots of ideas of how to use these sheets of wrapping paper in different ways, and not just to wrap gifts!





The Chinese New Year wrapping paper has 6 red and gold designs:

  1. Yin & Yang
  2. Gold Tiger
  3. Water Lily
  4. Fu Symbol
  5. Four Blessings Symbol
  6. Hand Fan

There are four size options too:

  1. A4
  2. US Letter (8.5 x 11″)
  3. A3
  4. Square 12 x 12″

I am guessing for most people, the latter two won’t be able to be printed at home – unless you’re lucky enough to have a printer that has these wide print size options.

This means you will have to have them printed at a print shop or online which you are welcome to do.

I’ve taken a look on Amazon and found a wide/A3/13″ Epson printer that doesn’t break the bank too much but is still an investment piece of equipment.

I have used Epson printers for most of my life so am happy to see that they make a printer that covers larger sizes of paper.

If you do decide to buy a new printer, make sure you read through the complete specs to see the paper sizes, ink prices, etc.,

I have made them borderless in the printable document, but your printer may automatically add a border, so cut away the excess with a paper trimmer

When printed, the regular-sized (A4/US) wrapping paper is only enough for small gifts (here is some Christmas wrapping paper I made a few years ago to show you an example), but you can, of course, combine sheets.

You will find the download links further down this page surrounded by a purple box. Tap the purple download buttons to save the file(s) to your device.

Free Printable Gift Wrap for Lunar New Year - Updated for Year of the Tiger

We love to celebrate Chinese New Year in our household, I remember as a child going to Chinatown in London with my family and seeing the Lion Dance which always had me in complete awe, and we’d always enjoy some Chinese food too.

My dad was really into Kung Fu in his younger days, so maybe that’s where it all stemmed from! You can read more about Chinese New Year on my blog here.

I will be updating all of my free printables for the Chinese New Year. Make sure you are a member of The Pumpkin Patch so that you don’t miss out!

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A set of 6 free printable wrapping paper sheets for Chinese New Year. Simply download, print and use!

How To Use Chinese New Year Wrapping Paper

You don’t have to use these free printable wrapping paper sheets to wrap gifts. Oh no, there are lots of different uses for them! Here are some ideas you could try:

  1. Make paper lanterns or paper hand fans – both of which have their own printables – but these papers will give you different designs (obviously!)
  2. Cut the paper into strips and make paper chains.
  3. Use the square printable to make cones for popcorn or potato chips. Here is a tutorial on how to make cones (I made them for Halloween)
  4. Laminate the regular size sheets and use them as placemats for the dinner table for Chinese New Year.
  5. Turn into a gift bows! How to make DIY gift bows tutorial
  6. Use to line drawers or trays to make them look pretty.
  7. Use them to line plates or platters for finger goods at a party.
  8. Turn into envelopes to send old fashioned snail mail (plenty of templates online).
  9. Put it in a frame and hang it on the wall for some seasonal decor.
  10. Cut into squares and use as origami paper (again, search online for templates and instructions).
  11. Use in your scrapbook or journal as a background.
 

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