The design of eg.G red packets adopts the idea of patchwork, symbolizing the blessing to receivers of red packets. 3 styles are available, each made of a different material and designed uniquely. The colorful mix-and-match gives the red packets an artistic touch and represents good fortune. The brand-new design comes as a breath of fresh air, hurry and buy some to wow your receiver and express your compliments!
The decoration is designed with a Xmas tree on top and a candy box at the bottom. Turkey – a symbol of the festival is placed on the tip. Do you know that Americans eat turkeys during Thanksgiving to commemorate Jesus? As Christmas is the birth of Christ, so the custom of eating turkeys lasts until Christmas. The other design, a cat strolling through the streetlamps, invoking reverie… Are cat lovers taking a fancy to this decoration? There are some spaces left blank on the tree, along with accessories like magpies, there is sufficient space for you to express creativity~
Candy box is a must-have accessory for Chinese New Year. A decoration that is made for two festivals, the Xmas tree X candy box combination is a fusion between the Chinese and western culture, presenting eg.G’s bold innovation in festive decorative arts. How can you miss it?
The 34cm limited version is a mini DIY decoration, can be assembled without external adhesive. It will be a nice gift for your loved ones, but also fits for personal use.
Ishopdea 港式農曆年特式揮春 (一式兩款）
Ishopdea Hong Kong-style Lunar New Year Special Spring (one pack with two styles)
January 25, 2020 is the New Year’s Day, it is time to prepare for the New Year. Ishopdea teamed up with local designers to create a spring festival in Hong Kong’s market stalls. It expresses the spirit of hard work and hard work of Hong Kong people since the opening of Hong Kong. Although the global domestic storms are faltering, there are more hopes of showing up in the trough every year. The positive spirit of Ming. According to legend, in ancient China, there was a monster called “Year”. Every year on New Year’s Eve, people climbed from the deep sea to eat people. Therefore, the villagers should avoid “years” every New Year’s Eve. “Year” came to the village at midnight and found that the door of every household in the village was covered with red paper, and when he heard the voice of “砰砰啪啪”, he was afraid to escape. After returning to the village, the villagers found that the old woman was safe and sound. The original “year” was most afraid of red, fire and explosion. The villagers immediately put on red clothes and congratulated the “year” to be driven away. Later, the red paper stuck outside the door slowly evolved into a custom of spring. There is also a saying that comes from “Yichun Post” and “Peach Fu”, which are items for blessing and exorcism.