Stasia Burrington Art and Illustration

SeaTac, Washington

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Note from shop owner Thanks for stopping by; I'm taking a short break, and will be back open on February 1, 2022.
Thank you so much, I hope you are well!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 31, 2021

Thanks for stopping by; I'm taking a short break, and will be back open on February 1, 2022.
Thank you so much, I hope you are well!

Stasia Burrington

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Stasia Burrington


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About stasiab

Sales 30,641
On Etsy since 2009

Making Curious Little Girls

Pencil, ink, fabric, daydreams, paper, tea, coffee:
That's what these little girls are made of.


Stasia Burrington was born in Texas, raised in Montana and now lives in SeaTac with her husband and two cats. She's a full time artist, doing custom work and nurturing her little online shop. You can find her most often at home, coffee-cup ever present, working while piled under blankets and furtively watching sci-fi in the background.

At times she's aspired to be: an astronaut, magician, Lara-Croft type action-adventurer, and a children's book illustrator. One of which is actually now the case!


This little Etsy shop has existed for ten years now, traveling with me from Idaho, to Colorado, Montana and now - SeaTac, Washington. My heart really is in the mountains, in the woods, around a campfire, under stars and tinged with a huge love of science fiction, fairy tales and basically - stories that are slightly odd.

I create personal, intimate, edgy and cute artwork; I want to inspire discussion, to form connections, and to respond to all this pain and beauty that we live in... to share all these human feelings, and to inspire compassion and humility.

I believe in visual art’s power to communicate the nuances that we haven’t yet learned in words. I believe in the imperfect, the cracked, the broken, the aging – the quiet beauty that is so subtle that it could easily be overlooked, but when noticed, stops time. I crave a simpler, quieter way of life, a more accepting attitude towards existence, and I know we all crave beauty; our definition of beauty needs only to be pried a little wider. The stains in our favorite teacups – the wrinkles around our eyes – the uneven stitches in a hand-knit quilt, these are full of the energy of age, the power of being loved over and over again. A reclaiming of heritage is in order in a world where it’s easier to throw away than to mend. An embracing of our “flaws” is in order, to be kinder to ourselves, and to be kinder to the world.

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Shop members

  • Stasia Burrington

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Creator, Artist, Daydreamer

    Stasia (stay-zhuh) lives and works in Seattle, WA with her partner Nicholas and two little cats, Kiki and Momo. She was born in Sugarland, Texas in 1986.

  • Kiki

    Alarm Clock, Supervisor

    Kiki is eleven years old, and wakes me up every morning by pawing my face. She also double-duties as a paper-tester, laying on any sheet I pull out, and making sure any and all string is played with.

  • Momo

    Seat Warmer, Bug Eater

    Momo is ten years old, and keeps my chair warm. She is a perpetual kitten. She also hunts and exterminates the rare insect or spider that is unlucky enough to find his/her way into the studio.

Shop policies

Last updated on July 30, 2019
Hello! Thanks for stopping by, I hope you can find something to your liking: hopefully something that tickles and pleases. All work is done in my home studio based in SeaTac, WA.

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Discover Apple Pay Klarna Giftcard
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 21 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
I want you to be as happy as possible with your order! If, on the off chance that something isn't perfect, let me know!
If there is anything I can do to make it right, I will.
I will ship your art as soon as payment is received, and accept credit cards and Paypal.
>>>Holiday shipping!<<<
To guarantee your goodies arrive to you by Dec. 24th, if you live in the US I recommend placing your order by December 18th. For you worldly international lovelies, I would place yours by November 26th. If you live life on the edge, feel free to order after that date. :) It may likely get to you, but I cannot guarantee it.

I ship all prints and artwork in clear, resealable cello bags in stayflat cardboard mailers, to arrive to you safely!

I ship using USPS first class shipping. I try and ship out the next business day, and your items should arrive to you within 3-5 business days, longer for international shipping: anywhere from 1-4 weeks.

Tracking is automatically included with domestic orders. :)

*a special note for international purchases* depending on your country, a customs fee may be required upon receipt of your package. As they vary from country to country, you are responsible for this. Thanks for understanding.
Additional policies and FAQs
I am currently not taking on new commissions. Though if you have an interesting project and want to run it by me, I could me persuaded. Feel free to convo me or send send an email to stasia.yb(at)

Everything in the shop is handmade, hand-printed, shipped out by me, and I package everything up to arrive safely.