Download printable letter templates from KidsSundaySchool.com, and cut the letters out of the sheets to make cut-out letter templates. The letters in the templates are all uppercase, and are available in various sizes between 2 and 5 inches high. The templates also include numbers and punctuation marks. To make a personal template, use the online stencil maker tool at RapidResizer.com.
To use the RapidResizer.com stencil maker, type a word or phrase into the text box on the left side of the page. A preview of the template with the desired text appears on the right side of the page. Use the Change Font selector beneath the text box to choose the desired font, and use the Options tool to change settings such as spacing, outline and arc. Once the template is designed, click the preview image to view a full-sized, printable version of the template.
Downloadable templates for individual 3-D letters are available from MrPrintables.com. Print each letter on an individual sheet of paper. Cut around the template's solid lines, and score the dashed lines. Glue the separate side strips to the letter's main body, making sure that there are no gaps and that the corners are tight. Glue the remaining tabs, and add the optional back panel to make the letters stronger.