I started with a Vignette Divided Drawer. It is 3 1/2 x 10" with two wood shelves that are removable. So you can use one, two or none to create the space you want. You can use the box standing like I did... or lay it on its side to use horizontal. You could even lay it down flat to create a library drawer/card catalog. So many way to use it.
For this project I removed one of the shelves and glued the other into place with Collage Medium. The shelves are not evenly spaced in the box (three distinct compartments) so you can decide if you want a small box at the bottom or a larger one.
I covered the Divided Drawer with paper from the Correspondence Paper Stash using Collage Medium - perfect paper for this season! I painted on a final coat of Collage Medium to seal the paper (inside and outside).
Once dry, I scribbled Gathered Twigs Distress Crayon on my Glass Mat. Then using a damp brush I painted over the paper to age it. I love the look the crayon gives over the paper.
You can see in this photo the slot where I removed the shelf. I assure you once the paper is dry and the Design Tape is on, it is very hard to detect where the slot is.
*just a note about Vignette Panels - these little babies are being retired in the near future so if you like them like I do, best be snapping some up before they are no more. Sad but true.
"101: Remembrance of Things - to be preserved, according to value. It's a subject worth considering." This phrase created from the Clippings Stickers lead to the words on the bottles (see below)...things that in my mind are being lost or forgotten in todays world. Of course not by everyone, but just read a newspaper (do people still do that?) or comments on social media and you might think so...compassion, integrity, etc. If you create this project or one like it you can choose words and phrases that have meaning to you!
I colored them with crayons and a Detailed Water Brush so I could create the flowers on the dress. Remember, not too much water or it will wash the color away.
I painted one of the Mini Hardware Pulls in Barn Door Distress Paint. Once dry, I painted over it with Distress Crayon just like I did the paper in the beginning. The two silver screws are from the Hardware Heads pack. The small size fits right into the holes in the Mini Pull. Looks screwed on but it's really just Collage Medium.
So there you have it, my summer Divided Drawer project. I hope you can see that there are so many ways to use this product as well as the Divided Box (a larger version of the Divided Drawer).
Now carry on!