Cobble Stone Path

You don’t want to trample the grass and flowers? Check out this path!
Do you look with envy on perfect paths in the neighbors’ gardens? I must admit that I do...often. I had no idea how to make a path like this and hiring qualified workers is too expensive. But it won’t be a problem anymore, cause’ I found the right tutorial. It shows step by step how to take care of the garden. Maybe you prefer more decorative paths? If it so, check out Broken Porcelain Garden Stones, you would be delighted with this idea!

Camie from a Home Is Where They Love You blog shows how she and her husband made precise path with using only the frame and concrete. It was a piece of cake, and the effect is confusingly similar to special flat garden stones. So, you don’t need any special tools or materials, no stonemasons. You will handle it totally yourself!

What would you change in your garden? Can we help you somehow? Let us know in comments below!

Check out tutorial on Home Is Where They Love You blog.

What you need:


  • Frame
  • Spatula

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Concrete
  • Water
  • Liquid cement color


0 thoughts on “Cobble Stone Path

  1. Andreas Schulte says:

    Very hard work to do these things, i was working maybe 6-7h on them and my back was very painful in the evening. It needs also alot strength to fill them up completly with cement (liquid wet cement=mold needs to stay in place very long time, dry cement=hard work to fill up the mold)
    if you want to work fast and use 2+ molds you can not put them side by side because the gap in between is getting too big then, very easy to see.
    Also you have to mix the cement all the time. I remember we made 3-5 forms with one load of cement.
    It is very nice idea but not fun to do them.

  2. Karina Haczek says:

    Thanks for your comment @Andreas, even though it won’t encourage other users to try it out ;) We think it’s better if they are aware that this project is not a piece of cake :) greets

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