I had lots of scraps leftover and I lightly glued them down across the top. I then got out my trusty sewing machine and stitched through them. I just love sewing on paper! I then pulled up the paper on either side of the thread to add a little dimension. You can see another variation of this technique with circles here.
These flowers are really fun and easy to make. Cut out your base flower in a random, non-symetrical shape. I think they kind of look like an ameoba--you know, those blobs you saw under the microscope years ago? Cut two more in smaller sizes. Next, crinkle them up completely. Open them back up and stack them. Put a brad or eyelet or whatever you fancy in the center and you have a handmade flower! You can see another variation of this flower here. On these three flowers I inked the edges after I crinkled them up. As you can see the flowers are a completely different shape--I don't have a pattern, I just turn my scissors and roll with it. Happy creating!