Pre-Spring Festival is usually on the twenty-third day or twenty-fourth day of the last lunar month. In some regions, people have steamed buns to celebrate the day. As the name Pre-Spring Festival means pre celebration of Chinese New Year, traditionally families have a deep clean of the house, and start decorating for Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year decorations have many varieties, yet they all share one colour scheme: red. From Chinese calligraphy of lucky words on red paper to decorate by the side of the main door, to paper cutting decoration on windows, even choosing what flowers and plants to dress up the house is a performance of art combined with Feng Shui influence. For example, paper cutting with fish indicates 'left-over' of valuable (as pronunciation of fish in Chinese is the same as 'left-over'), which means the family earn more than they could spend during the year. In Guangdong regions, it is believe that peach blossoms would bring good relationship in the coming year, therefore branches of peach blossoms is a 'must-have' flower decoration.
This print comes in two sizes: A5 or A3. Signed at the back.
Pre Spring Festival Print
- Dimension: Small A5:148 x 210 mm (5.8 x 8.3 in) Large A3: 297 x 420 mm (11.7 x 16.5 in)
- Material: Card stock
- Colour: Full colour
- This is a Standard Product, which is ready to ship within 1-3 business days.
- Weight: Small (A5) 0.1kg | Large (A3) 0.6kg | 6 Prints Set (A5) 0.2kg