Creepy Creatures Pocket Letter (1)

Summer is coming to it’s end, the weather is changing and the temperature has dropped. My first Pocket Letter in a Halloween theme really got my mojo back and I felt like doing something with creepy creatures. Stampotique has amazing stamps which look as adorable as they are cute. I posted a shout out on the official Pocket Letter Pals’ Facebook page and got 15 (!!) responses within an hour.

The first letter I created was for a lady who liked pastel colors. I tried to create something in her a style, but creepy and pastel don’t fit together in my book, haha. I really wanted to use on of my art prints I made a couple of months back. I went trough the stash of papers and found something that I could work with. Besides the background and the Stampotique images and doll images I found online, I had no clue on what I wanted to do. Some of the images were too big to fit inside a pocket letter. So I stamped them, scanned them and printed them on heavy weight printer paper. I used distress mini ink cubes and a waterbrush to color the images. The big advantage of a waterbrush is that the waterflow is very easy to control. Check out the following video and join me while I’m creating this creepy beauty.

Main supplies used
Various Stampotique stamps by Daniel Torrente & Jill Penney

Distress Mini Ink Kit 1

Distress Mini Ink Kit 2

Distress Mini Ink Kit 3

Viva Watertank Brush








Cosmic Swirl TCW156

Mini Ink Blending Tool Round

Label Maker







Don’t forget to give this video a thumbs up on YouTube if you liked it.
If you have any questions, just leave me a comment and I’ll do my best to answer them.

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you soon. Take care and don’t forget to share a smile 🙂



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