I've called it Budz and I hope you like it!
Step 1: Make a loopy line. My example almost looks like cursive L's but it can be any type of swirly line you like.
Step 2: Add a swirl on a slightly angled stick, one motion anywhere on your curve. I opted to show you with it just across from each swirl.
Step 3: You can either finish your flower on step 2 with a quick line up to the curve of your flower, or you can skip it and finish it off when you put in your teardrop shape for a leaf.
Step 4: Place a tiny line at the bottom of the teardrop shape
Step 5: Dots make things fun!
Step 6: I shade at the base of the flower and the curve of the leaf.
You can actually stop after step 3 and decorate it however you'd like, and this can be done in rows as a variation to fill a space. It's more versatile than it seems at first glance!
I look forward to seeing what you do with it! If you use it, please drop me a link so I can take a look!