To print flower patterns, navigate to a website containing flower patterns, such as FaveCrafts.com, which has over 81 different flower patterns available as of August 2015. Choices include paper flowers, crochet flowers, fabric flowers and more. Choose an image; save it to the computer's hard disk or a USB stick, then print it out. Video tutorials on how to work with the patterns are available as well.
Alternatively, visit About.com to find simple flower patterns for scrapbooking projects. The site offers a number of printable templates, including several scrapbook pages with sketches of flowers and paper-flower templates to print out. Try printing the same patterns in various sizes and layering them for a unique look.
To archive a large collection of flower patterns, copy them into a Microsoft Word document; format the document as desired, and print. Use acid-free paper for best results. Place each page into a plastic sleeve for protection, if desired.
If you would like to try your hand at creating your own flower patterns, visit local parks, greenhouses, farms and wilderness areas, and photograph some flowers for inspiration. Alternatively, collect some flowers; press them, and then trace them on a piece of paper to create patterns that are uniquely your own.