As @York Paul made a suggestion earlier on the box file challenge, here’s is some work from a few years ago pre 3D design and print, where I had a go at my own 7mm models in card. Most of this is made from the 1mm card from the back of the A4 note lads we have at work. They are only going in the bin, so put them to good use. They are usually made during night shifts, or in the evening when kids in bed and wife on nights. I really must get around to completing it. I’ll explain what I can with each photo. I started by making up the basic shell (here built up and including the internal walls) I have started to add another layer at the bottom that will become the brick work. It’s then painted with a wood knot resin, to avoid moisture and assist with a stage later for the bricks. The chimney stack. The extra layer of card at the bottom has now been given a layer of DAS modelling clay, ready to be engraved for the brick work. All round with the DAS And first fitting of the roof with barge boards.