Display a flower each time that the user clicks on the background. There are at least three different ways of programming this in Scratch—what will your approach be? (Remember, if you get stuck, find inspiration and support in the Teaching with Scratch Facebook group, our list of Getting Unstuck strategies, or on Twitter at #CreativeComputing.)
Even if your project isn't done, you can always share work in progress! (To signal to others what you're working on, you can mark your project as a "Draft.") Don't forget to tag your project with #GettingUnstuck!