The flap opens up to reveal a pop-up. I love adding pop-ups to layouts, not only are they a fun interactive element, but they also give more space for photos and journaling. For more examples, see this, this and this layout.
For more examples of how to use your dies to make stencils, check out this tutorial of mine. It is a fun way of getting even more out of your dies.
Thank you so much for looking!
Surfaces: Daler & Rowney watercolour paper; Neenah cream cardstock; Studio Calico Classic 6 x 6 patterned paper
Dies: Sizzix: Square Card w/Ornate Edge, Wavy 3-D Frame Pop-Up, Wavy Labels, Funky Labels, Birds on a Wire, Flower & Heart,
Stamps: Hero Arts: Life Can Be S5773, Texture and Shape LP283, My Favorite AC030, Remember AC028, My Words CL695, Snippets Miss You So Much 331484, Printer's Type Lowercase alphabet;Technique Tuesday Ali Edwards: Favorite Memories
Ink: Ranger Archival Ink: Jet Black, French Ultramarine; Distress Ink: Marigold, Rusty Hinge, Broken China, Tumbled Glass, Gathered Twigs
Paint: Faber-Castell Gelatos: Cotton Candy, Boysenberry, Blueberry, Tangerine, Mango; Daler & Rowney watercolours
Pencil: Derwent Inktense Outliner
Medium: Golden Artist Paint: Light Molding Paste
Stencils: Ranger Claudine Hellmuth Love Birds; Hero Arts: Borders; The Crafter's Workshop: Mini Swiss Dot
Embellishments: Tim Holtz Idea-ology: Elements Tissue Tape, Words Remant Rubs
Adhesive: Judikins Eclipse Art Masking Tape