I coloured some white paper flowers today to add to a card. I went for a bright retro look, but you could just as easily use 2 colours that are similar to each other for a more subtle delicate flower. In this example card I used the new Cherry Picking Silhouette and Cherry Season Papers by Toucan Scraps.
TIP: Make sure you are working on top of scrap paper so you don't stain your work surface with the ink.
First I used the broad tip of a pale blue (C119) to coat the paper flower (remember it will dry a paler colour than seen, in this photo it's still fresh and wet).
Whist still wet I added my second colour along the centre of each petal starting at the flower centre with the brush tip of the marker. For these retro flowers I chose a bright red (R465), a darker blue or a pale purple would produce a more delicate flower.
I finished the flowers off with gem brad centres.
Have fun and I'd love to see any flowers you colour.