Chinese zodiac printed on stationery
In ancient China, twelve binary chronologies were expressed by twelve earthly branches, i.e., Zi, Ugly, Yin, Mao, Chen, Si, Wu, Wei, Shen, You, Xu, and Hai. Twelve zodiac signs are the symbolic representatives of twelve earthly branches, i.e., Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig, which gradually fused with the development of history to the concept of folk beliefs of mutual birth and death, reflected in marriage, life, and annual luck, etc.
Each zodiac sign has a rich legend; each Chinese zodiac sign has a rich mythology. In this way, it forms a system of conceptual interpretation. It becomes a symbolic philosophy in folk culture, such as the genus on marriage, temple prayers, and the current year of life.
However, the Chinese zodiac differs from the horoscope in many ways: 12 years of the 12 Earthly Branches is a cycle. For example, 1980 is the year of Shen, and after 12 years, 1992 is the year of Shen again. The person born in that year will have the corresponding destiny, one of the twelve zodiac signs. If the year of birth is different from the lunar year, the lunar year should be used when projecting your zodiac sign.
According to the projection, 2022 should be the year of the tiger, and all children born in this year are born under the sign of the tiger. For all Tiger people, this is their birth year. So there are more designs about the tiger.
First of all, look at this hardbound notebook, which uses Chinese red as the base color, with a base pattern of auspicious clouds, an ancient bright totem, often found on clothing, porcelain, and furniture. It signifies good luck and smoothness. Then it is paired with the traditional Chinese image of a tiger - the lucky tiger. These designs rich in Chinese cultural heritage are combined to present the cover with a perfect visual experience.
Of course, you may not be too fond of this bright cover color scheme; then, this notepad may be for you. Perfectly replace the red background with matte black fabric and present the tiger's majestic posture on the cover through fine printing. In this way, there is a tiger in the black background; such a low-key luxury design will not meet your desire?
If you like things a little cuter, you can also check out these cute custom sticky notes. Some of the tigers stay in bed; they are under the covers and refuse to come out. Some tigers are stretching, seemingly just waking up. Some are hiding behind a heart, shyly planning to give you a lot of love. These sticky notes with tigers on them are your best office and study partner this year.
In addition to the stylish notebook design unique to the Year of the Tiger, you can also choose your Chinese zodiac sign as your custom notebook image; the exclusive custom stationery will make your experience even better.
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