A Candle Jar For Every Celebration (4): Lunar New Year ~ Year of The Pig πŸ·

Last year, I made a few candle jars. And one was for the Lunar New Year. This year, I cleaned one of my sauerkraut jars to make a another beautiful lantern for this Chinese New Year. On this day begins the Year of the Pig. In China and many other Asian countries the new year is celebrated at the New Moon between January 21 and February 20. Many stores will be closed. And they won’t be open for the following 15 days, until the next Full Moon.

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Year of The Pig ~ 2019

Happy Lunar New Year!

A Candle Jar For Every Celebration (3): Year of The Dog

This afternoon I cleaned out another apple sauce jar to make a candle light for Chinese New Year. I ripped up more gift paper and glued it to the glass. While it dried, I printed out “DOG” in Chinese Mandarin. When the name was added to the glass jar, I put candles in all three jars to honor each individual holiday of this week. Enjoy the photos. πŸ™‚

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“Year of the Dog” Candle Jar

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A Candle Jar for every occasion: Mardi Gras, Valentine’s Day, and Chinese New Year.

Year of The Dog ~ 2018

The Chinese New Year begins in China on February 16th, on the second New Moon of 2018. Here in the western hemisphere we still have the 15th, while China is celebrating the Year of the Dog. There are twelve zodiacs. Each zodiac is for approximately one year. Therefore a zodiac repeats itself every twelve years. Next time we have a Dog year will be in 2030.

Happy Chinese New Year!

Happy Year of The Dog!

Year of The Rooster ~ 2017

The Chinese New Year begins in China on January 28th, on the first New Moon of 2017. Here in the western hemisphere, we still have the 27th. China is celebrating the Year of the Rooster. There are twelve zodiacs. Each zodiac is for approximately one year. Therefore a zodiac repeats itself every twelve years. Next time we have a Rooster year will be in 2029.

Happy Chinese New Year!

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Year of The Rooster … in this case: Hen