Once you're done with the first petal, you can duplicate, rotate, and modify it to make the rest of the petals.
When you have all the petals ready, select all their layers, and go to Layer > Merge Shapes to place them all in one shape layer. Call it Petals.
3. Create the Inner Lines
Pick the Pen Tool again, and set the Fill Color to Black and the Stroke to None.
Create the lines using simple two-point curves. So click once where you want the line to begin, and then click-drag where you want it to end. The more curved the line is, the thicker it will appear.
Press the Esc key after creating each line to create another new separate one.
Merge all the line shape layers in one layer and call it Lines.
4. Color and Style the Flower
Double-click the petals shape layer's thumbnail to fill it with any color you like. Here, the color used is #fa387f.
Double-click the Lines shape layer to apply a Drop Shadow effect using the following settings:
This will feather out the lines a little bit.
Double-click the center ellipse shape layer to apply a Gradient Overlay effect using the following settings:
Click the Gradient box to create the gradient using the colors #ff9b2c to the left and #ffe64a to the right.
This will style the center.
5. Create the Raster Layers
Group all the flower shape layers you have, and rename the group to the flower's color (Pink).
Duplicate the group and rename it to the other color you want to use (Purple), and then fill the Petals shape layer with that color. Here, the purple color used is #a63a9d.
Duplicate the groups you have, and then, for each of them, right-click it and choose Merge Group. These are the layers that we will use to create the text effect later on.
6. Style the Leaves
Create a new 1000 x 1000px document, and choose a leaves brush from the Floral Brushes 2 pack.
Set the Foreground color to #41a340, create a new layer on top of the Background layer, and click to add the brush.
Double-click the brush layer to apply a Stroke effect using the following settings:
Right-click the styled layer and choose Rasterize Layer Style.
7. Create the Text
Create a new 1024 x 845px document, and fill the Background with the color #372535.
Create the Text in All Caps using the font Aka Posse and the Color #f2d27f.
The Size of the first line of text is 150 pt. For the second line, you will need to choose a slightly bigger Size—here it is 170pt—and set the Tracking value to something around 50.
Duplicate the text layer, drag the copy below the original, and then right-click it and choose Convert to Shape.