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Garden Path From Pallets

I was wanting a cheap, easy pathway in my garden. When I saw the great path that Donna over at Funky Junk Interiors had made, I knew I had found my solution! It only took 2 pallets to get this great path!

To see more: http://daisymaebelle.com/pallet-garden-path/

  • Sherry L
    Sherry L Deridder, LA
    on Jun 2, 2013

    Afraid they would be too unstable for older people to walk on. Guess I will probably get concrete blocks. Hate spending the money tho'.

  • LaDonna Kinney
    LaDonna Kinney Seminole, FL
    on Jun 2, 2013

    If they leveled them out a little better and dug a path to have them buried a little they would be much more stable.

  • Bonnie G
    Bonnie G Braselton, GA
    on Jun 2, 2013

    Sherry make your own hypertufa stones. They are so easy to do and I do them on a table in my garage. It is one part Portland Cement one part Peat Moss and two parts perlite. Martha Stewart has a how do video and it cost me about 30 dollars to make 100 stepping stones. I did buy a mold from Home Depot that I used for mine that made it look random stones but you could just use a round plastic Ziploc container just make sure you spray it with Pam so they pop out easy.

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