Steph CalvertSavannah, Georgia, US
I’m a one eyed artist with a boisterous laugh and a never ending love for all things snacky. I live on a 10 acre fixer upper farm near Savannah, Georgia with my hilarious family – husband Josh, mom in law Carole, and kids Phil and Joy. I’m a big fan of going on adventures, binge watching old episodes of 30 Rock, and being ridiculous for the sake of comedy.
• Kids Art
• Editorial Illustration
• Surface Pattern Design
• Hand lettering
• Logo Design
• Donut Eating
I am available for freelance illustration projects, art licensing, logo design work, and custom art projects. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out my full portfolio at www.stephcalvertart.com .
Recipes By Steph Calvert
This soup holds such a special place in my heart and my kitchen! My mom in law Carole made this as part of Thanksgiving dinner on the first holiday we all spent together when my husband Josh and I were dating. I loved it so much I asked her to write it out for me.
This last fall, my 7 year old son Phil brought home a medium-sized pumpkin from a school field trip to a local farm; we made this soup recipe again for Thanksgiving but kicked it up a notch by making our own pumpkin puree. It was so easy to do! The added bonus is pumpkin seeds to roast for a snack later.
You should also try this soup as a sauce on top of chicken and rice - the curry gives it a panang style flair that's super delicious!
I absolutely LOVE Valentine's Day conversation hearts - it's one of the best holiday candy options around and I could easily eat buckets of them!
I love them so much I created this fun repeat pattern with some sayings for lovers, and some for fighters. And then I wrote a haiku for you:
Be my Valentine.
Gimmie some pure sugar hearts.
K thanks love you, bye!
I tried making waffles this way shortly after our first honey harvest from my husband Josh's beehives in the summer of 2016. Our kids immediately demanded we never buy freezer waffles ever again, so it's safe to say these were a hit!
I usually half this recipe when I make it on a busy school morning - one waffle per kid, one for me, and one for our chickens is the perfect weekday breakfast.