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Take the {repurposed} Path Less Traveled

How often do you notice the ground that you're walking on? Not often? That's because you haven't been on these beautiful repurposed garden paths! Get inspired to create your own little path of happiness at home.

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Got a question about this project?

  • Nondus
    Nondus Raymondville, MO
    on Sep 19, 2014

    Hi Maria....you're on your way then! I would probably fill in between with sand or small pebbles to keep them from shifting. I guess your winter project could be cutting the bottles then laying them in the Spring. Have fun!

  • Joanne MacDougall Reale
    Joanne MacDougall Reale Glen Head, NY
    on May 23, 2015

    I love these ideas! Thanks...

  • CottonwoodMama
    CottonwoodMama Salt Lake City, UT
    on Jun 21, 2015

    Wine bottles have quite a dip in the bottom. Would that make it difficult on which to walk? Also, how slippery are the bottles when they are wet? They looks so cool!

  • Victoria Larsen Stencils
    Victoria Larsen Stencils Los Lunas, NM
    on Nov 14, 2015

    These are all just awesome!

  • Debby Speights
    Debby Speights Shreveport, LA
    on Jul 26, 2016

    One thing to think about if you use the whole bottle is ants! So if you don't fill it with sand as one suggested, you would need to put the top on the bottle. I thought of that after having ants get inside the globe of a solar light that was in my flower bed.

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