I think sometimes we expect too much from ourselves. Setting expectations that are too high (e.g. layouts that we see on social media, in magazines - the few that remain - and that others create) can stifle our own creativity and imagination. Try not to aim for a "professional" look in what you create. Inspiration from these sources is good, but feelings of inferiority or frustration aren't. I don't see imperfections as faults, but rather as opportunities for growth and improvement. Your layouts shouldn't look like everyone else's. You have to do you. Try to be happy with what you're creating now, and embrace growth as it happens. Don't rush it. Happy scrapping!