Slap some windows and a door onto an old cereal box to upcycle it into a toy. Use the brackets to attach windows and doors to a cereal box - or really anything that is made of cardboard.
The two blue kids were printed from scans made by The Great Fredini's Scan-A-Rama. (Sorry, but those files aren't included - just the house elements.)
Print out all the pieces. You can just wing it and cut a bunch of holes, but I provided stencils for the windows and doors to use as a guide for making the holes.
I recommend an xacto knife for cutting out the windows. You can, of course, just cut the holes for the brackets. I like leaving them open as it gives it a sense of depth.
More pictures are over on my [blog]( http://dadhoc.com/2013/11/cereal-box-brownstone/).