All that we can do is create too much money. That happens when money creation results in inflation. But, as is now very apparent from experience right around the world, it is very hard to create inflation when interest rates (which are now, because of quantitative easing, almost entirely under government control) at or very close to zero and if there is less than full employment at a real living wage.
Neither Venezuela or Zimbabwe have inflation then, do they? They both have negative real interest rates – as we do – and less than full employment at a real living wage.