but for a regular Easel cards there are loads of instructions online at various Pinterest and paper crafting sites. I guess that's because there is no one set of dimensions that you have to follow. You might find more cards on this blog under the Label "FANCY FOLDS".
I recently posted some of my Easel Cards for the Markets here.
But here are a few more samples which I have to share.
The first was a Birthday Card for a lovely friend. The Grateful Bunch Daisy looks good in a range of colours, and the largest daisy is so easy to Watercolour.
Next I was using up odds and ends that have been lying around unfinished for ages. It felt good to turn them into something useful! Flowering Fields again - another twisted Easel.
The Shine On Specialty DSP is so much nicer in Real Life. The silver accents are on one side of each of the 12 pieces. Two have the fabulous silver clouds, which were just screaming out for the aeroplane. These sold really quickly at the markets. The cloud lining paper is from the Sunshine and Sprinkles paper which you can find in the clearance rack at bargain prices!
And the last card is another twisted Easel using the Brilliant I love you Sew set. (Why do they always have so many cute sets in the Hostess section?). This was popular too!
Thanks for looking, I hope you find some inspiration,
.... and some time for creativity too.