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Free Chinese New Year Printables

If you love to celebrate Chinese New Year/Lunar New Year, you will love these free, fun, and festive Chinese New Year Printables that we have been designing and sharing on The Purple Pumpkin Blog over the years.

They are updated annually to reflect the zodiac animal for the new year.

10 February 2024 is the start of the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Dragon!

Your Chinese zodiac is Dragon if you were born in one of these years: 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 200, 2012, and 2024.

Check out more recipes, crafts, and printables for the Chinese New Year.

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Free Chinese New Year Printables

Chinese New Year Printables

About Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. In China, it is known as the Spring Festival and marks the end of the winter season.

The festival begins on the first day of the new lunisolar year and ends with the Lantern Festival on the 15th day. It is one of several Lunar New Year celebrations in Asia.

The Chinese New Year is based on a traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar whose date indicates both the moon phase and the time of the solar year. A lunar month is around 2 days shorter than a solar month.

In order to “catch up” with the solar calendar, an extra month is inserted every few years. This is why the Chinese New Year falls on a different date each solar calendar year.

10 February 2024 is the start of the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Dragon!

The years are marked by a repeating cycle of twelve animals. In order, they are Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.

We’ve made printables for the Year of the Rabbit (2023), Year of the Tiger (2022), Year of the Ox (2021), Year of the Rat (2020), Year of the Pig (2019), Year of the Dog (2018), Year of the Rooster (2017), and Year of the Monkey (2016) make sure you check back every year for updates!

Read for more information about the Year of the Dragon.

Important Info About the Printables

  • Our free printables are available in two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5 x 11″).
  • Some of the printables are also in A3 or 12 x 12″ size – for these paper sizes, special printers will be required, or you are welcome to print at a print shop. 
  • Links to the previous year’s PDF printables (Year of the Rabbit and later) open up in a new tab/window, so you don’t lose your place on the list!

Year of the Dragon (2024) – Chinese New Year Printables

Year of the Rabbit – Chinese New Year Printables

Year of the Tiger – Chinese New Year Printables

Year of the Ox – Chinese New Year Printables

Year of the Rat – Chinese New Year Printables

Year of the Pig – Chinese New Year Printables

Red Money Envelopes for Chinese New Year

Year of the Dog – Chinese New Year Printables

These free printables can be turned into an awesome set of Chinese New Year firecrackers!

Year of the Rooster – Chinese New Year Printables

Chinese New Year Free Printable Hand Fans

Year of the Monkey – Chinese New Year Printables

Chinese New Year Paper Lanterns Free Printables

The free printables are in PDF format and can be opened with the free-to-use Adobe Acrobat Reader (or other PDF Readers). If the download is a Zip File, it can be downloaded with WinZip, WinRar, or other software typically bundled on computers. Printables designed and created by The Purple Pumpkin Blog and its Designers are for PERSONAL USE ONLY and NOT FOR RESALE under any circumstances. Please read our full Terms and Conditions. You are welcome to print these free printables at an online print shop or print shop in-store if you don’t have access to a printer; however, some print shops may not print licensed characters. Colors may vary slightly on printing due to different screen and printer settings. You may share this free printable blog post on social media, including Pinterest, and on your blog/website with a link to this blog post. Please DO NOT share the PDF on social media or your blog/website. If you use any of our printables, it would be awesome to know about it! Post a picture on the social media platform you hang out on, and follow us on FacebookInstagram, or Pinterest. Use the hashtag #TPPBprintables so we can find you!

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