Free printable 2017 envelope Chinese new year


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Do you need a Chinese Year of the Rooster envelope printable template with golden characters? Download this free red and golden printable lucky money envelope template with Chinese New year theme now! 

From February 13, 2029, to Feb 2, 2030, the Year of the Rooster will be celebrated and this lucky money envelope design looks great printed straight onto paper. You could touch it up with gold pen or glitter for a really special look!

This lucky money red envelope template has a Chinese design with and is suitable for Chinese gifts during New Year in China. This is a free Chinese lucky money envelope template, which you can download for free. 

In 2017 the Year of Rooster is the celebration of Chinese Happy New Year in January 28th, 2017. Other animals involved in Chinese New Year are Dragon, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.

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Chinese New Year 2017, year of the Rooster

What is the zodiac sign for Chinese New Year 2017? This year's animal zodiac sign is the Rooster ( 雞 / 鸡 (酉)) The Rooster is associated with the Earthly Branch: Yin, 2nd Trine, Fixed Element Metal.

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