Sweet Philosophy~ Original Kitchen Quote by Heather Stinnett all rights reserved. Buy Here: http://pixels.com/featured/sweet-philosophy-heather-stinnett.html?newartwork=true Buy a License Here:http://licensing.pixels.com/featured/sweet-philosophy-heather-stinnett.html I had a lot of fun creating this kitchen quote! My sister helped me with deciding the layout for the picture. I was inspired to write this through a funny experience I had while baking cookies. My […]
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To my friends here on wordpress that aren’t following my Illustration blog, I just wanted to share with you my latest creation! This is my original kitchen quote. I had a lot of fun creating the illustration for it. Please click on the link and check it out!
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I’m so happy to present my latest tract that I made. I have it available on Pixels.com. It can be bought as many different items. You can boldly display it to remind our fellow Christians that we need to know the scriptures for ourselves and not be led astray by the doctrines of men. P.S. […]
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If you’re looking for a unique gift for a fish lover or fisherman, then this may be the perfect gift! This beautiful hand carved fish pendant was made out of Red Wood. It has a beautiful shiny finish, and accented with turquoise colored adzuki beads and wooden Dogwood beads.
I’m always so proud of my family’s artistic talents! My mom made this lovely necklace! She also made a Bass necklace too! both are located in my Dad’s Etsy shop at: Stinnett Studio
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Hello my friends! Thank you all for sticking with me, as we enter another year! Since I started in 2012 I’ve gained 172 followers! Thank you all so much for your friendship! Here is my year in review for 2016! Other than birthday cards for folks, I really haven’t done many paintings this year. I guess I’ve gotten a little discouraged when it comes to fine art. People don’t seem to be buying them like they used to. So I’m trying to express my art in other directions. I’m trying to become a book illustrator. However, I’m still making hand carved jewelry and selling them on my mom and dad’s Etsy shops:
Cottage Made Gifts
Here are a few examples of what I’ve made this year:
We also are selling some vintage Barbie’s and accessories in our Cottage Made Gifts, shop. They were found in the attic of a very old house and kept safe in a Barbie Case.
This year, I’ve been working hard on becoming a book illustrator. I’m also trying to self publish my own children’s book called, The Monster. I’m hoping to get it published by March of 2017.
Thank you guys again! Praying for many blessings this New Year!
Hello, to all of my followers and friends! I started this blog in 2015, and am so happy to be going on my third year! Since then, I’ve gained 84 followers! Thank you guys so much for sticking beside me on my journey as a freelance book illustrator, writer and graphic novelist and maybe even […]
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Hello everyone! This is my year in review from my other blog! I’ll be making one for this one soon too! Please follow my other blog to keep up with me there!
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Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, filled with the love and peace that Christ brings, and a Blessed New Year! I hope you all are doing well and are cozy warm in your houses sipping hot chocolate ! I was going to make a new Christmas tract for this year, but I ran out of time. […]
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Don’t forget to check out and follow my other blog! Have a great day everyone!
Hey all! I hope this winter finds everybody warm and cozy! I just thought that I aught to touch bases and tell everybody what I’ve been up to lately. 😉
I’ve been doing a lot of illustration art and posting it on my other blog at: heatherstinnett.wordpress.com. Please follow my other blog and see what else I’m up to!
On my other blog, I’ve been doing illustrations for a children’s book my sister and I wrote called, The Monster. It’s been a fun project, and I’m excited to be finding my style as a children’s book illustrator. I can’t wait to get it finished and show it to the world! Check out my other illustrations here:https://heatherstinnett.wordpress.com/
Just recently, I started getting into hand drawn animation. This is a gif I created using Clip Studio Paint. It’s a great program! See my blog post about it here:https://heatherstinnett.wordpress.com/2016/12/11/my-first-animated-gif/
Thanks for keeping up with my projects! I hope to see you on both of my blogs. I just wanted to let y’all know that I’m still keeping busy, it’s just been on another blog. 😉
My second novel is published!! I’m so excited! “The Richest Heart” is the second book in my “Hero at Heart” series. Written for children ages 9 + it is full of imagination, adventure and mystery. It’s available in both paperback and kindle formats on Amazon.com. Come check it out, here, and take a look at […]
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This is my sister’s second book in the Hero at Heart series! Please follow and check out her blog, and find out the details!
I’m so excited to have this Starfish pendant finished! It was my first 3D carving, and was a lot of work to make. I carved little pearls all around it and a shell in the middle. It’s accented with lovely beads in the colors, green blue, brown and purple! The starfish itself is in lovely colors of green and teal.
This necklace is available in our Etsy shop at: stinnettstudio.etsy.com
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I had a lot of fun drawing this picture. Charcoal always gives such depth to a drawing and pops it out.
I always love drawing Shepherds and sheep it brings many Bible verses to my mind.
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Luk_12:32 Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
Luk_15:4 What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it?
Luk_15:6 And when he cometh home, he calleth together his friends and neighbours, saying unto them, Rejoice with me; for I have found my sheep which was lost.
Joh_10:11 I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep.
Joh_10:14 I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine.