These templates for bulletin board letters are not pristine in
appearance—being scanned copies of used templates—but they are unique in style and will look quite attractive once printed and traced on colored paper. You will not find these at Google or elsewhere.
I suggest you print them onto 110-pound card stock available at big office supply/stationery stores or printing outlets, and have these templates two-sided laminated (much cheaper at
teacher stores) for durability during continual tracing. The letters are up to 4” tall and up to 5.5” wide (the letter
“W” for instance); this varies, of course—the letter “I” being one example of a narrow width.
Make sure your computer/printer is set to print almost to the edge of the paper—although, this is a PDF and may fit to the
requirements of your computer/printer.
Using scissors to cut out the originals is okay, but an X-acto knife might be better. If using the latter approach just cut them out on a hard board or on a lot of waste paper so as not to damage any cutting surface.