My daughter made a cardboard doll house for my granddaughter this past fall. She refined the design a bit and sent me sketches to produce a version from 1/4” Baltic birch plywood.Side wall. I cut the pieces using my Festool track saw. The grooves were plunge routed and guided by the same track system…overpriced, but awesome! I took a second shaving pass to loosen the joints for easier assembly.Interior wall. I drilled a 9 mm hole at the corners of the door and window openings and then cut the opening with a jig saw with a fine-tooth blade.Side wall.One of three floor pieces.Assembly sequence. First wall.Second wall.Floor.Floor.Roof.A nice feature of this design is that it can be stored under a bed when not in use. My “woodworker's daughter” did well!I'm sending it to them sanded, but unfinished and they'll decorate it together…pretty cool!