My first page I would probably describe as having a vintage or shabby chic style, which these papers initially put me in mind of.
For this page I have used a piece of the patterned paper as my background and layered up some of the others, using distress inks to age the edges. I did a little fussy cutting of the flowers for the cluster on the bottom left of the photo.
As you can see by my second page, just by using a few different products from the same collection, you could just as easily create a clean and simple style of layout with lots of white space.
For this page I used mostly Washi tape and stickers, and cut my title on my Cricut.
Remember you can click on the photo's for a closer view.
I hope I've inspired you to look at the way in which you can take a paper range you maybe wouldn't usually choose, and still make it suit your style.
As always all the products I've used are linked at the bottom of this post.