Our (LHS) Games Dept. just brought in some laser structure kits from a UK supplier. The product line is called "Tabletop Scenics", a subset of TTCombat, a U.K. gaming company.
Offered are some interesting structures and scenic accessory items. Many of them are scaled to 25-28mm (excellent for O scale) proportions. The structure kits we obtained for our store from the Wild West series, for example, are laser cut from 3mm (1/8") MDF hardboard stock. They're a tad on the simplistic side....begging for enhancements of the buyer's choice/skill. But they're VERY affordable. The Small House A, for instance, is priced at $12! Check out the structures in the other series....such as the WWII series. Note, though, that some items/structures are in 15mm scale proportions.
I especially like the Barn in the Wild West series, and the Church in the World War series. Some paint, some thinning of the windows, maybe some paper shingles and other details on them.....Hmmmmmmmm. Could be fun!?
A customer joining in our staff discussion about the potential for this new product offering suggested, 'Kids could build these! Paint them in seasonal colors, add an interior light, snow on the roof,...great simple buildings for the under-the-tree Christmas train layout!' Why not?