DIY Concrete Cobblestone Path


Making your yard look great doesn’t entail you wasting a load of money on decorations. Improving the design can be very easy if you think creatively. Let’s say you have a path from the front gate to the back of your yard, where you might have a working stone grill. You have two options on how to decorate this path; you can either put down slabs of natural stones, which will cost you some money but will make the yard look good. Or you could pour concrete and risk not to emulate any personality with this design. Before you make a decision, see what the concrete option can do with a little bit of creativity. The Cobblestone Template will help you create an impressive path that mimics a natural stone decor. Actually, you just have to pour concrete into the template, level it, remove and reuse it for another set of cobblestone. You could add liquid cement color to the mixture in order to make the final result look more like stones rather than concrete. Also, if you do have some stones in your yard, make the colors look somewhat similar. Leave the cement to harden and voila! The improved design is so great!  Made by

Available here —> Pathmate Stone Mold

34 Responses to “DIY Concrete Cobblestone Path”

  1. Tony says:

    How can I get a cobblestone path template

  2. donna says:

    Where do we get the templates? Great article but not very informative

  3. Mike says:

    Click the link above to purchase the template. One of the reviews says Lowes carries them also.

  4. cindy says:

    Lowe’s has them on their website and in store about 15 dollars

  5. Kimberly says:

    Click the link at the bottom of the article. “Pathmate Stone Mold”

  6. JW says:

    It’s a shame that you post something cool, but there is no way to view it because you have so many ads. You might go ahead and post a couple more ads then you wouldn’t be able to see it at all!

  7. Bobbi says:

    go to Lowes they are $15 each, Amozon they are $25

  8. Kathy Ybarra says:

    I want to purchase a template…what stores in California carry these.

  9. Antz says:

    Hit the pathmate stone mold in blue it a link $26

  10. Richard worley says:

    Lowe’s has them

  11. Christine says:

    just search on amazon

  12. Robert says:

    At the bottom of the article (above) there are the words Pathmate Stone Mold in Blue, Click on

    that and it will direct you to where the templates are being sold.

  13. Chris says:

    Tony, let me know if and when..

  14. Chris says: Google it, there is a fair few Tony…. How would one add Colour in there?

  15. Chris says:

    There is an actual link at the bottom!! In Blue!!

  16. Izak Perold says:

    Kan jul asb vir my se waar ek een kan kry.
    Wester Cape Brackenfell

  17. christina says:

    There is a link right under the article to purchase on smazon.

  18. Dan Ratto says:

    I’d be afraid of them cracking. Especially after a good winter. Freeze and thaw and then you step on 1. Crack!

  19. Stacey says:

    i was thinking the same thing. I could probably manage but I would not attempt without some instruction ~ would be very frustrating to get in the middle of doing this and run into a problem, working with concrete. How do you keep it from sticking/drying to the mold.

  20. Evonne Cordell says:

    Link is to Amazon. They are priced at $24. My local Home Depot has them for under $15.

  21. Char Aaron says:

    Is there directions in how to do this. I have clicked on all the everywhere and it just goes to more ads

  22. Gretchen says:

    I have done this and live in MN. 3 years and still great.

  23. Megan says:

    Do you put more concrete in between the cracks of the cobblestone so water doesn’t seep in? Or is that necessary?


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