My daughter loves this. One day we were at the Renaissance Festival and saw these for sale. Of course, I said, "I can do that!
Wooden furniture button
Reflective scrapbook paper or foil
Step 1: Door & Frame
Note: If your door cuts are too tight, i.e. your blade is too thin, it will cause the door to stick later. Make sure there's clearance.
Once the edges are rounded, cut your door from the jamb. Be careful and make a very straight cut.
Step 2: Back
Step 3: Assembling the door, adding decoration
Using the Dremel, cut vertical lines down the front of the door to simulate timbers.
When the frame/backing/jamb are dry, sand everything smooth until it looks like all one piece. Then clean everything off with mineral spirits. Add your doorknob by attaching the furniture button to the front with a screw.
Paint each part. On this one, a base coat was used, then a watered down wash applied afterward to give it a weathered/woodsy look.