A Chinese New Year greeting used to wish each others for wealth and prosperity. The idiom is usually written in a red sheet and to be posted as a traditional decoration during Lunar New Year for the purpose of good luck.
The history of paper cutting can be dated back to the 6th century. From the 7th to 13th century, paper cutting became popular especially during Chinese festivals. Today, paper cuttings are used as decorations, and they are usually made with red paper, which is the most popular and propitious color in Chinese culture. They adorn walls, windows, doors, pillars, mirrors, lamps and lanterns, and they themselves can also be given as gifts.
- Image size approx 210mm x 255mm
- Frame size approx 280mm x 330mm
It would be a lovely home decor for any rooms. It is also a perfect gift for your friends and loved ones.
It normally takes 3 business days to do the paper cutting (all handmade) and 5 business days for postage.