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How to Get a Free Holiday House Decorating Kit From Lowe’s

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If you’re looking for a holiday activity to do with the family, Lowe’s is going to help you build a house, and the retailer is doing it for free.

As part of its Winterfest celebration, Lowe’s is giving away free holiday house decorating kits this year, but you need to act fast to get yours.

The home improvement store teamed up with Camp, a family activities company, to create the kits which include all the parts and accessories you need to make the perfect holiday gingerbread house. These aren’t your average homes, though. You can decorate a cabana, mid-century modern home, or even a townhome.

How do you get one? You’ll need to head over to Lowe’s website and sign up for a kit now. As in, you need to head over there this minute to sign up as kits are first come, first serve. You have until Dec. 8 to complete your registration, but if you don’t want to risk missing out, acting sooner rather than later is the way to go.

Once you’ve signed up and entered all of your information, you’ll be able to head to your local Lowe’s and pick up your holiday home decorating kit between Dec. 9-Dec. 13.

In addition to snagging your own kit, Lowe’s is also partnering with Camp to hose the Great Holiday House Virtual Showdown. During the event, Camp “counselors” will compete to see who can construct the best house in 40 minutes. You can even use your kit and join in on the fun. Families can sign up here for more details.

Want to add even more holiday activities into your December? Try one of these fun traditions, too.

[Via Hunker]

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