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Beginners Guide to Reusable Nappies
Lots of us have thought about trying reusable nappies but it can be hard to know where to start or the prospect can seem a little daunting, especially if a new baby is on its way! So, we spoke to Beth from Reusable Nappy & Zero-Waste Living Shop Real Nappy Life in Crystal Palace, South London to get the lowdown from an expert! 
Three sensory activities, using egg shells!
Three sensory activities to unlock the power of the humble egg shell...
Omelettes, pancakes, scrambled, boiled, baked into a lovely jammy
Victoria Sponge - where do your eggs end up?
SuperLooper Aftercare Guide
Here are some ideas and tips on how best to look after your clothes so that they can be loved and looped again and again :)
Five fantastic ways to reduce waste this Christmas
Have a very merry eco Christmas! As lots of us are looking to have a more sustainable Christmas this year, here are a few simple swaps to help reduce waste and make the festivities planet friendly...
An eco-friendly Christmas stocking - lovely little gifts for your little ones
Look no further for eco-friendly stocking filler ideas! We've come up with a selection of sustainable gifts for kids, and a few for adults too, that won't cost the earth. 
Welcome to SuperLoop, our pre-loved clothing return service!

Send your pre-loved Little Green Radicals clothes back using a Freepost returns service, and get money back to spend on your next purchase! 

How to be an Eco Hero this Earth Day (& every day)
Let’s keep the planet cool! Ideas for little (and big) ways to inspire kids to take care of the world around them. 
How to Make Your Own Eco Rainmaker Instrument
Come join our Jamboree. Learn how to make your own homemade rainmakers  from left over craft materials. They are fun to make, can be decorated in
Reusable wrapping for Christmas? Yes please! Our guide to eco-friendly, Furoshiki gift wrap
With a bit more time on our hands then usual, lots of us have been getting crafty and thinking about...
Make your own face covering! Easy step-by-step guide
We've seen lots of colourful and comfy looking home made face coverings out and about, so we teamed up with our friend Julia from Upcycle Fashion to put together a guide.. 
Keep clothes lovely for longer: Sewing on a patch
Do you have a Little Green Radicals Explorer Badge or lovely little patch waiting to decorate something special, but not sure where to start? Look no further...
Keep clothes lovely for longer: the art of Sashiko repairs
In traditional Japanese thinking 'wabi-sabi' is the acceptance of imperfection, the idea that "nothing lasts, nothing is perfect and nothing is finished"