This Hack Will Make A Perfect Circle In Your Landscaping Design Every Time

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Stake a wooden dowel in the center of your circle. If you don’t have any wooden stakes, you can always use a large branch — there’s no need to purchase anything new for this portion of your project. Next, attach a string to your stake. You can use twine or yarn — whatever you have in the house or garage. The goal is to walk in a circle or semi-circle, using your stake and string as a guide. As you walk, sprinkle talcum powder, working to create your geometric shape. If you find that your circle is too small, simply add a longer length of string and start again. Once you’ve completed this hack, you’ll have a perfect outline in your yard. TikToker @rhidesign added various types of foliage around her makeshift circle, leaving grass in the center, but you can add any type of element. This might be pavers, rocks, sand, or more. 

The one consideration with this DIY project is the type of talcum powder you use. Since talc is located close to asbestos, there’s a chance of cross-contamination. You can look for brands of asbestos-free talcum powder, but this method of testing isn’t guaranteed. If you’re worried about possible exposure to asbestos, a known carcinogen, use an alternative. You could use cornstarch, baking powder, or tapioca starch, to name a few. Once you have your materials, use this hack with other small backyard landscaping ideas that will transform your space.

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