These Name Place Cards for Chinese New Year are the finishing touch you need if you are hosting a dinner party for the Year of the Tiger! The place cards can also be used as food labels if you’re serving buffet style, or even as toppers for favor bags!
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Name Place Cards for Chinese New Year
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
Your Chinese Zodiac is Tiger if you are born in one of these years: 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022.
Place cards are one of those nice finishing touches to add to a dinner party and are so simple to make.
There are 8 designs in total featuring both the gold version of my cute little tiger as well as the color version (which has also been turned into a Build-An-Tiger printable template for kids to make).
Not only can the cards be used as name place cards for Chinese New Year, but also as food labels on a party buffet table, or even as toppers for cellophane favor bags.
The cards are approximately 7.5cm/3″ wide so bear that in mind when buying favor bags to fill!
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. Your printables will, of course, have the correct Chinese Zodiac animal for the Year of the Tiger!
- 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.
- I’ve provided two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″) – use the size that is appropriate for your printer.
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!
How To Make Name Place Cards for CNY!
Grab the free printable templates to make these place cards using the instructions in the tutorial card below.
Download CNY Tiger Name Place Cards
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