I’ve got one final set of Chinese New Year Printables for 2018 and the Year of the Dog, and they are Name Place Cards for Chinese New Year. If I’m throwing a dinner party, it’s one of the optional extras that I like to do. They could also be used as food labels if you’re serving buffet style.
Chinese New Year 2018 is the Year of the Dog, and falls on February 16th. I have shared lots of Chinese New Year printables over the years, and I like to update them so that they reflect the correct Chinese Zodiac signs.
Name Place Cards for Chinese New Year
As with pretty much all my printables, they come in two paper sizes – A4 for the UK, and 8.5 x 11″ for the USA (and other countries that use these paper sizes as standard).
There are 8 designs in total – (image above for illustrative purposes!). Print off as many as you need onto thick paper or white card. Cut out, then score in the middle to fold in half. Write details in with regular pen on the white background, and use a gold gel pen on the red background.
To show you what these look like once assembled (in the loosest sense of the word!), below are the ones I made for the Year of the Monkey.
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.
Since I will be sharing several free printables for Chinese New Year, make sure you are following me on Twitter so that you know when the next printable is available!
You can also find all of my Chinese New Year Printables here.
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