On a lark, I picked up one of the 3D paper terrain packs put out by Fat Dragon Games. I now find myself folding cardstock when I'm looking to downshift my brain after a long day. Even though I lack the deft skills that the origami geniuses over at Fat Dragon have, the results I produce aren't half bad.
I'm very pleased with the set, much more so than I expected myself to be. The detail on the pieces is very good, the results are lightweight but sturdy, and, should they ever be destroyed in play, are easy to reproduce at little cost. While I'm doubtful that I'll use them in the upcoming game only because it takes place away from my home and would require transport, I find myself toying with the idea of making a set piece or two that is filled with various traps and other challenges and making the players navigate the chamber with miniatures.
Here's a small diorama using some of the pieces I've made so far. Our two adventurers have just met a lurking trapper down in the depths of the dungeon.