-then there's prebought tags and diecuts like this one from Creative Cafe.
Love to just simply write a title on textured cardstock then cut out.
Made a mistake?
I used to write out my journaling in pencil first but then found having to retrace all my journaling very tedious and then the erasing part was even worse, often leaving my paper all crinkled from the rubbing. I just learned to go with the flow and reword things if I happened to make a mistake. I look at the journaling space that I've got as a challenge and to fit what I have in mind inside that space. It's quite fun and liberating. You should try it. And when I run out of space, I just look for another spot to add more journaling on. Take the layout above for example. I sewed the stitching at the end so it looks like the journaling was purposely broken into 2 sections.