... Never happened. After reading a lot more about the audition process and how it works, I decided not to go. Here's why: the auditions are attended by thousands of people and only about 3 dozen of those get a chance to go on stage and play a puzzle. Of those that are randomly selected to play a puzzle, only about half of those get invited to a second audition, and only a few of get on the show.
Now, I know that you will never make it if you don't audition, and even after I found out that my changes were about 1 in 10,000, I still debated for most of the week about going. In the end, a family day at home won out. Maybe I will give it a shot in a few years when the wheelmobile comes this way again, but for this year... I am afraid that spending the day driving and waiting just wasn't quite appealing enough!
Since I was home on Saturday, I had the chance to create this layout for The Color Room (palette #3). Most of this was out of my scrap drawer, with a sheet of Couture Cardstock for the base. The story is about my son, who even at 2-1/2, wants to know how everything works. The photos are of the kids coloring Easter eggs, and of course he wanted the explanation as to how the dye worked!
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