I've had a sheet of Doodlebug alphabet rub-ons for ages. They were part of a prize that I won some years ago, but I don't particularly like mixed fonts and mixed sizes in a title so they'd been relegated to the back of my alphabets basket and half-forgotten. I rediscovered them during a recent sort-out and was hit by a neat solution - just use the whole sheet all together to make a block of lettering on a page.
I like to scrap school photos on letter or number backgrounds, so I picked out an old picture of my niece and nephew and used my rub-ons with navy cardstock for a good contrast against the white letters. I themed my page a little with lined paper, punched with a notebook border punch, and a few pencils, cut from a scrap of paper that's even older than the rub-ons.
PS I doodled a white border around the page after I took this photo. Sometimes you notice what's missing while writing the blog post!
Cardstock - Bazzill
Paper - My Mind's Eye Now & Then, Cosmo Cricket Homework
Rub-Ons - Doodlebug Party Mix
Letters - American Crafts
Stickers - My Mind's Eye, Teresa Collins
Ink - Docrafts
American Crafts Notebook Punch
Woodware Scalloped Circle Punch