Luckily, you don't have to be a mason or even an experienced do-it-yourselfer to get great concrete results - all it takes are 2' x 2' reusable plastic Quikrete® Walk Makers® molds and the right building materials…plus the desire to forge a new path.
First things first - where do you want your new walkway to go? Pick a likely spot, then get a good idea of how it will look by using visual aids - stakes and string for a straight path, or several garden hoses or rope lengths for one that's curved. Once you've decided on a layout, remove any sod within its boundaries, along with about an inch of soil (you'll use both to fill in the gaps around the walk when you're all done, see Step 9, you'll achieve more professional results).
It's important to keep displaced sod and soil healthy, so keep it freshly watered and store in a cool place.