I searched all over the internet and every store I could think of for a cowboy themed alphabet strip. I could not find one, so needless to say I made my own! This is a super easy way to make an alphabet strip for your classroom to meet any theme you need!
First, I found computer paper that had the theme I was looking for. I found this bandana themed paper at Hobby Lobby. If you can’t find computer paper that works for your theme, you could also use scrapbook paper!
Next, I laminated and cut each paper.
Then, I took the existing alphabet strip that I had and cut the pictures off. I also added the green start dots and handwriting strokes to each letter.
I purchased this alphabet strip from Mardels.
CLICK HERE to view alphabet strip online.
Finally, I hung the paper first, and then I hung the letters over the paper. I didn’t laminate the paper with the letter already on top of it because I didn’t think the lamination would stick since the alphabet paper was thick.
Here is the final project! I wanted a cowboy themed alphabet strip because I am using it as an outlaw word wall.