I really fell in love with these cardboard kits and I want show a little bit about how well done these kits are done by Nick Metcalfe and gang. I have order from them a couple of times already and they are great to work with on purchases and shipping as well!
First, a quick comparison of Metcalfe to Superquick Models, another cardboard OO gauge cardboard buildings. http://www.superquick.co.uk/catalogue.htm
Superquick are also some nice kits, but they are follow the more traditional style of paper models with minimum structural support inside the models. Below is Metcalfe's Low Relief Terraced Houses Front (#PO220) on the left and Superquick's Terrace Backs (#C5) is on the right. Neither kits are completed at the time of the pictures, but close to be completed for comparison. Notice the interior structural support.
This is the packaging of the kit and what comes in it. In the right picture, you will notice the small plastic bag with parts in it. I found that very useful to have a container to put all of the little pieces in something that is able to be closed so you don't lose anything.
C: I use UHU glue and find it very good for the job.
B: Metal binder clips are extremely useful for holding pieces in place while the glue dries. This will give you some free time to work on other items.
C & B: Assembly of the building. Notice the curtains over the windows and the reinforcement cardboard walls to hold the floor up. Also notice the inserts to give the chimney support.
C: The tile wall tops to line the top of the brick wall
B: Another optional item, bay windows