When I first started digital scrapbooking, I made square or rectangular text boxes and just made them fit into the space that was available. Somewhere along the way, I discovered text wrapping and now use it frequently. Hopefully, you’ll agree that the example on the left looks better than the one on the right. By using the extra space beside the tag, a larger font could be used. Alternately, more journaling could have been added. You’ll find that wrapping text really increases your options and gives a page a more custom look!
To text wrap: (1) The element(s) you want to wrap around has to be in front of (i.e. higher on the left-side element list) the text box. (2) Select the text and holding the Shift key, select the element(s) you want to wrap around. (3) Under the Format tab, select Text Wrapping. (4) Select your preferences. I typically go with Element Shape. Select an amount for Space around element and then click on OK. (5) Adjust as necessary.