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Big Colorful Chinese Money Red Envelopes for Year of Rooster

SKU: 5055
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These Chinese big colorful money envelopes have beautiful pictures of roosters, peony flowers and Chinese wishing words. They are great for Chinese New Year - year of Rooster.

In China, people put money inside the big red envelopes and give away those lucky envelopes to their relatives, children and friends on Chinese New Year.

Chinese red envelopes are believed that they can bring good luck, wealth and prosperity for people carrying them around. Therefore some people put some coins or money and put them in their wallet or pocket whole year. 

The Size of the big money envelope is approx. 6 1/4" x 3 3/4". Material: Paper. 

There are 6 same Chinese money envelopes in one pack.  Due to the varieties of the pictures,  we will ship you either one of the pictures shown here.

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