This stand has now been renamed the ' Croydon Advertiser Family Stand'.One side is the large, covered, single tiered Arthur Wait stand, which was built in 1969, while on the other side the Main Stand, which dates back to when the ground opened in 1924, is also single tiered.“The thing I love about it is how organically it came to be,” she says.“I never set out to create a trend.” Unicorns of yore may have noshed on sugar and Lucky Charms, but Waugh made over their diet with cream cheese dyed with hot beet juice (for pink), turmeric (yellow), chlorophyll drops (green), spirulina powder (light blue), freeze dried blueberry powder (purple), and a power duo of beet juice and freeze dried strawberry for light pink.During the early 1990’s the terrace was made all seated and a double row of executive boxes was the constructed above it, giving it an unusual look.
“[Blue algae] truly defines ‘plant magic’, as it helps with detoxification and rejuvenation,” Murphy says.
Waugh explains that she was playing around in her kitchen trying to figure out how to make hot pink cream cheese—as you do—and she just blended them together so they looked like paint-brush strokes.
“I called the colorful toast ‘watercolor’ in my caption, and my friends on Instagram quickly dubbed it ‘unicorn toast’ as the combination of the pastel hues —AKA blue algae lattes topped off with sprinkles.
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