A practical and relatively inexpensive way of providing a walkway, individual stepping stones also have an enduring cottage charm. To lay the path you will need a solid rubber mallet, a spade, a trowel and some sand to stop the stones sinking. You may also need help to lift stones or pavers.
Polish the look
How to lay stepping stones
Spread a five to eight centimeter layer of sand in each hole and then level it out. Replace each stone carefully in its hole and use a mallet to drive the stones into the sand, wedging them in so they are flush with the ground.