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This past week, we celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year, ushering in the Year of the Tiger. This photo of cascading golden Chinese paper lanterns was taken in the heart of NYC’s Greenwich Village, at Bleecker Street and LaGuardia Place. All is calm, all is bright.
It is no secret that shopping at Pearl River Mart is my jam, because that store has everything. Earlier this year, Pearl River opened a new location in the Chelsea Market, and that is where I discovered this breathtaking decorative display of Pink Chinese Paper Lanterns and colorful paper parasols, which inspired today’s ‘pink thing’ post. These lanterns can be used (and re-used) in place of balloons as festive party décor, don’t you think? They are so lovely.
Chinese Paper Lanterns in a variety of colors and sizes are available for super cheap at both Pearl River locations (Chinatown and Chelsea) and they can also be purchased online at This Link!
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