This is just absolutely boggling the minds of everyone at Looloo HQ right now!
So….get this. At Looloo Paper, we share an office with 3 other businesses who all live in Bondi….that means we all catch the bus 333 to our office at 333 George Street….where we work on Looloo, directly across the street from Lulu Lemon, with an intern named Lulu!
Best of all? We just found out that there’s an average of 333 squares on a toilet roll.
Synchronisation in numbers. The universe believes in Looloo Paper. Do you? It’s a sign, so sign up now!
How was your Easter? Ate far too much chocolate, did we? (Well, we did too… please don’t judge our expanding waistlines). Back at our awesome Looloo HQ, we spent Easter re-purposing a couple of things that have been laying around the office to bring you our Easter-inspired crafternoon debut. It was a good excuse to revamp what would otherwise have been unceremoniously disposed of by most people, enjoy good company and a lot of sweet sweet chocolate.
A toilet roll, a pair of googly eyes, some fuzzy pipe cleaners for ears, a dash of Easter magic and voila… some outrageously cute bunnies to brighten the day and the office!
“Working hard or hardly working?”
We’d love to hear about your Easter too, so drop us a line and share how your Easter went with us:
Here at our spanking new Looloo Paper HQ, we are all about upcycling and repurposing. And we just had our first ‘crafternoon’ session!
“What’s a crafternoon?” you say?
Crafternoons are Looloo Paper’s monthly in-office Arts and Crafts afternoons where we all do a little DIY to breath life into scraps and pieces that most people would simply throw away. We’ll also show you some easy-to-make crafts so you can get started and get inspired to upcycle your own masterpieces.
So keep your eyes peeled for our Easter-inspired crafternoon!
And check out our fantastic new signup page! (come on, you know you want to!)
Are you wondering if the humble little toilet roll could actually pave the way for great changes in the world? Could it really save lives? More than that, could it really improve the quality of life in developing countries?
Wonder no more, because the short answer is yes.
But well, if you’re a skeptic or you just love the nitty gritty like we do, read on!
So the next time you run out of toilet paper, why not switch to a toilet paper that actually makes a difference and save some lives today?