Everyone use a particular path to walk in our yard. After years of trying to get grass to grow, we had no such luck. Since I couldn't get grass to grow along this path area, I decided to create a cobblestone path.
Time: 4 DaysCost: $200Difficulty: Easy
Using a shovel, first we drew the outline of the pathway, and using a spade shovel we dug up the grass and a top layer of dirt.
Once all the dirt was removed, we then spread the sand on top of the path, making sure there is a heavy coat of sand
Added the sakrete to the wheel barrow and mixed it with water to get the consistency of heavy cake batter. Stir to get completely dissolved making sure you scrap around to blend the cement. Pay attention to not let it harden.
Pour cement into the molds and smooth the top layer using a trowel. Allow to sit for about 5-10 mins before you remove the mold. Smooth top surface again
Allow to dry/harden overnight. Spread more sand on top to fill in the spaces and finished it off with the gravel rocks. Using a broom, sweep the rocks around to fill in the gaps
Suggested materials for this project:
- Sakrete (Lowes)
- Cobblestone mold (Lowes)
- Sand (Local Store)
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AnswersHow many molds did you use? Looks like different shapes, hence more than one mold. Thanks.
AnswersJamala,Having a house built on some acreage and would like to know how long was your walk? So I can determine how long ...
What kind of sand did you use, looks more like a pea gravel or stone. Beautiful! I'm considering making a goldfish pond and camp fire area and thin...