Creating this typed text look is simply a matter of careful placement, and hidden joins.
With clever placement, it is impossible to tell that you have not used a 12 x 12 printer.
Lots of layers and embellishments also assist in creating the illusion that you have printed straight onto a 12 x 12 piece of card-stock. But that is not the case.
Let me explain how this look has been created.
Starting with a 12 x 12 piece of card-stock, cut it in two pieces. I've cut my larger piece at 6.5", and my smaller piece at 5.5".
I have added the typed text to my smaller piece of card-stock, but which piece you use is totally up to you. Firstly, using plain A4 paper, I have composed my desired text, and printed it out on the A4 paper. This allowed me to check that my text was in the correct position. I then gently taped my smaller piece of card-stock to the A4 piece of paper. I then placed the taped card-stock and paper into the printer, and printed out my text (make sure you place the card-stock and paper into the printer in the right position, and correct side up, depending on your printer). Once the printing is complete, simply remove the card-stock from the A4 paper.
Next, take the two card-stock pieces, flip them over, and join them back together with a piece of masking tape. Just make sure you have the printed piece of card-stock correctly positioned before taping.
Flip the page over, and this is what it should look like. Typed text on a 12 x 12 layout, with a thin join just off centre. Now for the fun bit.
Cover the join with a paper strip, or even several paper strips.
Finish with embellishments and flowers as desired. Once you are totally happy with your design and placement, tape/glue everything down.
You now have a 12" x 12" layout with typed text journalling, that appears as if it has been created using a 12 x 12 printer.
Easy, isn't it?