Kung Hee Fat Choy! Today, the lunar new year, we welcome Year of the Horse.
Wrappily and friends got in the spirit of Chinese new year with a crafting extravaganza last weekend. Moms, dads, and kids worked together to create the symbols of the season: lanterns, drums, lions, firecrackers and horses. We followed with a good luck lunch of noodles (for long life), tangerines (for wealth and luck), and almond cookies (to bring sweetness to our lives.) What a fun way to spend the morning with friends!
Please, we encourage you to take these ideas and create a Chinese New Year party of your own!
This event was this first in a series of Wrappily pop-up events. We had the good fortune of being hosted by Maui Thing, a warm, welcoming and community-minded store in Wailuku that carries local designs and fresh clothing for kids and adults. If you are in the area, stop in and throw them a shaka for us!