With the black cardboard body in hand, begin folding the base frame utilizing the prepared fold lines. Be cautious of the small bird on the balcony to not cause any damage.
Once the body of the building is established, proceed with attaching the roof by removing the protective foil backing, and applying it to the upper edge of the body.
There are two parts that makeup the masonry, i.e. the front of the house: A simple front and back which has been laser engraved with a masonry pattern. Start by gluing the two parts together, making sure that the engraving is left visible.
Prior to adhering the front piece to the body of the house, put the large acrylic window in place, which will then assist with the overall positioning. To ensure that all parts are properly adhered, be sure that the acrylic is clean on all sides, and that there are no visible fingerprints. Upon completed assembly, the back side will visibly show fingerprints, scratches, and dust, which is a natural for this type of material and assembly. Proceed with removing the protective film from the gray cardboard, and place the entire front against the body.
Take the second long window, and insert it into the recess. The window can be fixed into place by using the wooden window frame. If applied correctly, the window will cover the edge between the acrylic and cardboard exactly.
With the model house nearing completion, adhere the wooden balcony in place by positioning it above the round window on the black cardboard body. Lastly, insert the small TroLase windows into the large acrylic window slots.