Do you remember playing hopscotch as a kid? Me too! Here is a bright and colorful version of the game using pavers! You can see more of my crazy creations here
Easy Paver Hopscotch
Start by painting the pavers. I used Apple Barrel acrylic paint. I like that it is water-based. I painted this first one red, and then I painted 9 more pavers in bright colors for summer. When picking paint, make sure that the paint is good for porous surfaces and if you intend to keep this outside then make sure it's paint that can be used outside.
Once I had all of the pavers painted, I let them dry completely. After one coat, you can see if they need a second coat. Be sure to follow dry times on the back of the paint bottle.
You can either paint numbers on the pavers, or you can use sidewalk chalk to draw on the numbers for the game.
It's all finished and you're ready to play!
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Carol f engler on Jun 24, 2021
I have been painting pavers for years. My newest garden has rainbow pavers. As you walk down the path you step on the colors of the rainbow. I use Rustoleum paint. I brush the dirt from the pavers then paint, and let dry.
Aprile 7 days ago
This is a great idea - one thing though; I would sink the pavers into the ground; otherwise the kids could trip over them - I know I trip over the ones I use as a walk if I am not careful.