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What kid doesn't love a sandbox? This super-easy project only takes a few hours to make - and provides countless hours of fun.
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Determine the size of the sandbox you want to build, then dig a pit about 12" deep.
Using a utility knife, trim the pond liner to the shape of the pit, leaving about 12" of liner around the pit perimeter.
Make a series of small punctures in the liner for drainage.
Fill the pit with play sand.
Use edging blocks to anchor the liner around the perimeter of the pit. Using a caulk gun, apply landscape adhesive to each of the blocks so they adhere to one another and to the liner.