Here are some of the most popular Good Luck Messages and Chinese New Year Greetings used in banners for wishing someone prosperity and an good fortune in the new year. Learn how to write them stroke by stroke and make your own lucky red banners!
Good Fortune is made up of two characters Dà Jí:
The first Character "DÀ" in three easy strokes:
The second Character "JÍ" in 6 strokes:
READY FOR THE NEW BEGINNING!!! Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival. It represents the beginning of the growing cycle.
The Chinese Character for Spring "CHŪN" is made up of 9 Strokes:
The character "CHUN" for Spring stroke by stroke:
Prosperity - FÚ
FU which means prosperity and wealth is perhaps the most popular and prominent symbol you will see come Chinese New Year time.
Prosperity or "Fu" is one character made up of 13 strokes:
Stroke by Stroke:
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filling each day with peak of health...
abundance of happiness...
and Zen like serenity...
You can decorate easily with traditional or battery-operated lanterns, paper cuttings, lucky coins and banners to add a splash to the celebrations!
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