A cute little set of flat, heavy chipboard pieces to make a standing house shrine with a wrap-around front cover (as you can see, the front of the closed shrine has a double front cover).
You can use paper tape to "hinge" the pieces together, or metal hinges for a more industrial look.
Note: Items cut from this heavy, light-grey chipboard burn easily so the laser-cutting process may leave charcoal residue behind. Save yourself a headache, and just wipe the cut edges of these items down with a dry paper towel before assembling or painting.
It doesn't include a roof... you can make an impromptu one like Kristin's cute corrugated cardboard one below. Or use that open space for items that extend up, like the metal house below.