After a long search, I just couldn't find what I was looking for. But for a couple of bucks and a bit of paint, I could make my own...
I started off by finding a hook that fit the look I was after- something with a bit of personality and that would distress well. These hooks were $2 each at Home Depot. Done. Secondly, I wanted a background to mount the hooks to. I found these scraps of moulding in the cut pile. Apparently, they were going to get tossed anyways, so I snagged 2 of them.
For the hooks and the wood pieces, I began by painting them solid colors. Once dry, I layered with a different color to hide the original color. Once two coats were really dry, I took some 150 grit sand paper to lightly buff and distress the hooks and backings.
The colors I used on the blue and white hook were: White Chocolate and Peacock Blue from Benny Moore. The pink and brown hook featured: Magnolia Grandiflora, Bay Colt, and Terra Rosa (all from Martha Stewart's paint line). I really wanted to achieve a vintage-y feel, and sought to use colors that looked a bit aged, and the distressing really carried it from there. Once the distressing was completed, I gave everything a quick coat of diamond finish Varathane in high gloss, and things started to shine (literally).