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20.09.2014
Outdoor lighting looks great along a walkway or in the garden, but it can be a pain to install the wiring for it. This first version of a wood cut garden path was beautiful — until winter passed and a new spring came along and the path was a complete loss.
They also put a nice thick layer of sand underneath to help in drainage and allow the woodcuts to sit better.


To learn more about this project, check out Jen's original post about the wood cut path, and her followup about how the original path fared — and what they decided to do to keep the second path from meeting the same fate. This time, instead of leaving the wood untreated, they used shellac and made the cuts thicker (they had problems with the disks popping up). Besides you’ll need a lot of thick wood slices that would sink into the sand a little bit.





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