Garage Workshop Popup Card

(5 customer reviews)


Popup card svg cutting file with work table, tool chest and tools.

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Get the Garage Workshop Popup Card SVG File to make this 3D popup card that folds out to reveal a garage workshop.  With a work table, tool chest and tools hanging on pegboard, anyone would be happy to receive this card. Includes individual tool files to make a drill, wrenches, screwdrivers, hammer and a saw.   Just add your own sentiment to the front. The card is a little bulky, bit it fits in an A7 envelope. Get the free Basic Envelope Set to make an envelope.

Make this card for Father’s Day or a birthday for the man or woman that loves tinkering in the garage!

File was updated on 5/25/19 to include the complete file. The complete file contains all the individual SVG files within one SVG file for ease of upload for compatible software and die cutting machines. If you previously purchased the file, you may log into your account to download the updated file. Click here for more information on using the complete file.

This is a digital file, not a physical product.  Upon checkout, you will be granted access to download the SVG file in ZIP format. See included PDF file for SVG file and assembly instructions. File includes SVGs with solid scorelines for compatible die cutting machines (i.e. Cricut Explore series and Sizzix eClip2).

5 reviews for Garage Workshop Popup Card

  1. Teresa Kick

    I made this card for my dad’s new garage shop. He absolutely loved it. It didn’t take a lot of time, but looks like it would have. Great product.

  2. Sharon Drudy

    Just finished this card and I love it and can’t wait to give it to my husband on Father’s Day. I added a message, using my Cricut to write it, on one of the front pieces

  3. Rachel Gibson

    Pieces came out perfectly- my only issue is the slots for the tabs on the tool box are too small.

    • Sandy Stark

      Thank you for your purchase! I am not sure what you mean. The only tabs are for that top section. They both fold back and the bottom tab fold should like up with a but mark and then the back tab attaches to the other side of the card, per the instructions. Once you lay the first tab, the other should fall in place. If you need additional assistance with that piece, just send us an email via or contact form, under Help on the website menu. Sandy

  4. mikerenee101803

    This is a great card. But, I’m trying to put it together and don’t know were the black and red squares pieces with slanted corners goes? Thanks.

    • Sandy Stark

      Thank you so very much! If you mean the larger red and black pieces with rounded corners, they are optional panels for the front of the card that were added later. If you still have questions, just send us an email via or contact form, under Help on the menu.

  5. valcuff

    If you want to impress the “tool guys” and “mr fix-its” in your life, this is the card to do it. I purchased it with my two brother-in-laws in mind and they both loved them. It isn’t hard to make at all and for those little tools, I used both paper and Oracal vinyl. Vinyl has never failed me for tiny details. The silver vinyl is great to make that “stainless steel” pop on the red tool cabinet and on the tools.

    • Sandy Stark

      Thank you! This is one of my cards with the most pieces, for sure. It is also one of my all-time favorite designs!

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