Open the center section and you see a little verse, that reads "To say Nothing is out here is incorrect; to say the desert is stingy with everything except space and light stone and earth is closer to the truth: ~William Least Heat Moon~ and two stamps that I made from flower pictures that they took on their little trip. Inside the third envelope's flap is a picture of the Pueblo and
on the reverse is some text about the ruins themselves.
Inside the envelope that opens the last "page" of the album is a picture of the Wupatki Pueblo and when you turn it over, there is information about the pueblo and the ruins journaled on the back. There is actually room for a couple more photos in this album, or the recipients may want to journal some notes on the mats that are tucked in throughout the album.
I have made envelope albums out of 5x7's, 4x6's even large manila envelopes, and accordian folded as many as 10 or 12 envelopes. They are fun to do "patchwork" style with papers from your stash --and fun too to coordinate and plan matched and complimentary pages.
Here's what the little album looks like before mats and photos and before the holes are punched for the pockets.