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A boatload of you probably know me from dressing up as Pam Poovey from Archer. Yep, your lovely graphic designer friend started out making costumes from animated TV shows – and boy howdy it has literally changed my life!

It has been a trip for sure! My latest adventure was being a special guest on the Archer Live show down in Atlanta with Amber Nash (the voice of Pam) and Lucky Yates (the voice of Kreiger). I have met some of the most amazing people on this adventure and some of them have become my best friends along the way.

Now, I want to give back to the community that has been so incredibly awesome to me. I see a lot of Fight Pit Pam’s and I say if you are going to do it – FUCKIN’ DO IT!


I created a template that can be printed on 11x17in paper or 2 pieces of 8.5x11in paper. This is pretty heckin’ close and even got the thumbs up from many Archer actors, artists, and fans.

(No one from Archer or FX is paying me, endorsing me, and may eventually tell me to stop this shit but until then I’m going to keep doing it.)


  • I used Jagua Ink. Think Henna but black and looks like a tattoo. This brand is what I have used in the past.
  • IT TAKES 24-36 HOURS TO SHOW UP. Do it a few days ahead of time.
  • For me at a 4 day drunken sweaty convention it lasts the entire time and won’t rub off on your clothes/sheets/others.
  • This stencil is NOT FLIPPED. Depending on your application method you can do what ever you need when you print it.
  • Application Procees – when I do mine I use ink and deodorant as a janky fabulous way to do this process and pay my friend in snacks to trace it with the Jagua ink. You can buy tattoo paper or just google a better way.

This is 100% free because I love fellow Pam’s and I want them to be awesome. If you feel like you want to throw me some bucks to buy a shot of Schutzenmeister or a Green Russian cool! You can do it with the little link below. If not, that’s cool too! Just tag me on social media and show me your awesome costume!

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