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DIY Keyhole Paver Driveway and Patio Project by Robert Scott of Ocotillo, CA. 
He used pavers he made at home with Olde World Stone Concrete Paver Molds #P-0962

#P-0962 Driveway Pavers 

Nice gravel stone pathway blends nicely with the #P-0962 Driveway Pavers 

BEFORE... Sandy parking area with no defined layout or plan. 

Much neater and no more bringing sand into the house on shoes. 

ROBERT SCOTT - OCOTILLO, CA 
PAVER PARKING & WALKWAY PROJECT

Hello John,

This project doesn't look very big, but it was a large area to cover. There are over 1,700 Pavers I made with only two sets of OldeWorld
#P-0962 - Key Hole Driveway Paver Molds. When you say that it's easy, and anyone can do it, here's the proof. I am 61 years old, have Parkinson's Disease, and managed to do this without any help.
(Way to go, Robert!)

I had the local home improvement store deliver me 4 pallets of 60-lb. ready-mix and off I went. I enjoyed this project and encourage everyone to try projects like this. I did my whole front driveway for under $950.00, including the molds, concrete, and delivery charges. To have a contractor pour a driveway this size would have easily been several thousands of dollars. (And this was good exercise for me).

( You should be proud, Robert... and happy!  The cost probably would have been somewhere between $5,000-$10,000 for poured concrete. )