The Distress Paint I used for these from L to R: Aged Mahoghany, Crackling Campfire, Fossilized Amber, Antique Linen.
The bottom tray has the Cool Velvet Trims and don't they look wonderful?
You can purchase this stamp set directly from Stampers Anonymous. There are two spool styles and I used both and just alternated them on the spools. The top and bottom art on each spool match through. I stamped them 28 times on Distress Mixed Media Heavystock in Distress Archival Ground Espresso with a touch of Black Soot. Then I watercolored them in the same color Distress Ink as the heart for that spool. I fussy cut them out, edged each one in Walnut Stain Distress Ink and then adhered them in place on the top and bottom of each spool with Distress Collage Medium.
**Alternate Idea** I hope those of you who are interested in making something similar can find some spools that will work. If you end up having to use shorter spools, I would maybe consider using two Divided DrawerVignettes over each other instead of the small Tray Vignettes. That might work with shorter spools.
This was a really fun project to work on and it is truly one of my favorite makes from this release. Thank you so much for visiting my blog today! I greatly appreciate your support!
I am an affiliate with Simon Says Stamp and Scrapbook.com so the links below send you to one of those stores depending on which logo you choose. If you wish to purchase something from either store and use one of my links below, I get a small percentage of your order, at no additional cost to you. This helps me to defray the costs of this blog, the time, the ideas and tutorials I post here. Your help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!