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Wedding Banner and Card

Hello Clear Scraps fans, Michelle W. here to share a project that can be used as wedding decor or as a great wedding gift to a newly married couple. These Mr. & Mrs. banners are a popular item right now and I just love the look you get when using Clear Scraps acrylic banner pieces to create this beautiful banner.

Mr mrs banner outside


I used piece from the Small Pennants Banner, the package comes with 5 so I used a 6 pennant from a second package, but it was well worth it.  I also used the 6" swirl Mascils to create the background on the banner.  

Mr close up

Here's a closer look at the first half of the banner.

Mrs close up

And the Mrs half close up.

Because I made this as a gift I also made a coordinating card to give with it.


I used the Send it Clear Heart card and covered the full back piece with the same silver stamp paint and 6" swirl stencil as I did on the banner.

Card up

Here's a different view of the card.  I stamped the word Congratulations on the bottom front piece.

Card embossed details

Here's a closer look at the heart portion of the card, I embossed just the heart of the card to give it an extra special something.

Supply List


  • Clear Scraps Small Pennants Banner
  • Clear Scraps 6" Swirl Mascils
  • Viva Decor 3D stamp paint - silver
  • Brads - used to bind the banner and allow movement
  • Patterned Paper
  • Rosette Die - Tim Holtz
  • Buttons
  • Ribbon
  • Chipboard Alphabet Thickers


  • Heart Send it Clear Card
  • 6" Swirl Mascil
  • Vellum
  • Swirl shape embossing folder
  • Viva Decor 3D stamp paint
  • Congratulations stamp
  • Staz On opaque white ink
  • Ribbon

Thanks for looking!



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