You will need to have a level sandy area to lay the brick. Spread the dirt, and use a rake to level.
Brick Sidewalk & Flowerbed
There were no established flowerbeds or walkways in the front of my house. There was however a buried brick sidewalk in the back yard that was no longer needed. I decided to repurpose those rather than buy edging or have concrete poured.
Add sand and level area
Gather brick and unload them near worksite.
Begin laying bricks. Tap them from each side as you go to ensure a tight fit.
Continue adding rows and making sure it’s tight as you go. I used a board and sledge hammer every few rows to help tighten. You may have to play around with the placement of the brick. I changed it up a bit after seeing the first few rows laid.
I decided to make a border on each side by turning the bricks.
Finish and install bed
I curved the walkway to meet up with driveway. Then I installed a border around the flower beds. I added mulch to help prevent weeds.
Add bricks till complete. I watered down with a hose and avoided walking on it for several hours.