The latest $3 for 2 scenarios included The Governor's Daughter, in which the player attempts to rescue her from pirates! This inspired me to build a bunch of buildings that have been sitting around as a PDFs since 2006. These are from Miniature Wargaming.
http://www.miniaturewargaming.com/ Here's the direct link to them.
They're pretty simple, with two pieces for the walls, and one for the roof. However, they also have ruined walls that the unharmed building slips over. A VERY tight fit. That's why all mine have a base of black mat board underneath them; to aid in removing the ruined building from inside the complete one. The ruined building has two pieces for the walls and one for the floor. The walls fold over to give inside and outside details.
Here's all I built. (I realized later that The Governor's Daughter has 12 huts, not ll.)
If you choose to make these, here are a few tips that helped me.
When you make the ruined walls there is a gluing tab on both sides on the left end of the wall piece. Remove one. You can slip the still attached tab inside the other wall it you leave about 1/4" at the end unglued.
Fold and glue the ruined walls before cutting the irregular to edges. You can never match them perfectly.
I put a bead of glue around the bottom of the inside of the walls, and then slipped the floor in from the top. It's easier that way.
The small hut's ruined walls are a very tight fit. I recommend that you glue a base with a tiny bit of an overhang to the bottom of the floor to keep from having to crush the inner walls slightly to slip them out. The large hut has no such problem, and will slip in and out very easily.
So that's it. It took me a little more than a day to finish all of these. I printed them out Saturday evening, assembled one small and the large hut and their interiors. Then on Sunday I assembled the rest with plenty of stops to rest my back, and a 3-hour visit from my Mom, and cut and glued the bases in about an hour on Monday.