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Toy Car Road

Pave the way to backyard fun with a miniature road for toy cars. Made with edging blocks, it's so simple your kids can help you build it.

Toy car road

Project Overview

Skill Level


Estimated Time

Few hours

Estimated Cost


Tools and Materials


  • Scissors
  • Caulk gun

For 55 blocks:

  • Gallon Valspar exterior flat paint, yellow, #49441
  • 11" x 11" Garage Sale sign, #33826
  • 1" premium chip brush, #319316
  • 2 containers landscape adhesive, #153974
  • Old Castle Tan Perfect Edging, #186826*
  • 16" x 16" gray patio stone, #54338

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    Step 1

    Lay out a series of edging blocks end to end to form a mini road through a corner of your yard.

    Step 2

    Pick up one block at a time and, using a caulk gun, apply landscape adhesive to one end, then adhere it to the end of the previous block. Repeat for all edgers.

    Step 3

    Cut a roughly 1/2"-wide by 2"-long rectangle out of a plastic "Garage Sale" sign. Then, cut the bristles of a chip brush to about 1/2" long. Use the empty rectangle in the Garage Sale sign as a stencil to paint "lane divider" lines on each edger. Let dry.

    Step 4

    Toy cars on gray patio stone

    Want a place to put toy cars when your kids aren't using them? Turn a gray patio stone into a toy car parking lot.