Register for a FREE Lowe’s Kids DIY Take-Home Project
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Keep them busy with a kids workshop project from Lowe’s!
The Lowe’s FREE Build & Grow offers free DIY craft kits for your kids each month!
After skipping this month’s kit, today, April 10th is the first day to register each kiddo and reserve your kit(s) that will be available for pickup on May 8th or 9th!
Each kit will include supplies to make a festive Basket Planter perfect for Mother’s Day! Simply add soil and a nice flower and mom has the perfect planter for her window sill!
To keep everyone healthy during Coronavirus, the Build & Grow program is no longer an in-store event – so you’ll just need to stop by the Customer Service desk to score yours. The kits are pre-packaged with everything you need to build the project at home.
When registration opens, simply head here, search your zip code, and select your desired Lowe’s location. Then, follow the steps and fill out a short form with your contact information.
Reserved kits can be picked up at your local Lowe’s at the customer service desk. If your kit is not picked up on the specified, it may be given to a non-registered customer upon request. If you forgot to register, make sure to swing by the customer service desk anytime after the 2nd weekend to see if they have extras!
Projects in the past have ranged from wooden toys like bulldozers, firetrucks, birdhouses, games, kaleidoscopes, treasure boxes, and more.
These take-home projects from Lowe’s Build and Grow are ones that both boys and girls (and maybe the adults too) enjoy! The kits are designed for kiddos 5 years old or older, but even younger siblings are able to join in on the fun with a little parental help. They’ll love adding the stickers!
Check out this nice review from HIP reader, CouponAnimal…
“Our store has been so great about it. We’ve done curbside pickup. I just call and give my name from registration and they bring it out! Love that my daughter and hubby still get to do this together!”