Happy Tuesday! Hope you had a wonderful start to a new week. I had a great one. I went to the Paint Nite with my friend and had so fun acrylic-painting. Now it’s time for a new challenge over at CASology. Here is this week’s cue card:

Screen Shot 2014-07-07 at 11.40.03 PMTo be honest, this was the hardest cue word ever since I joined on design team at CASology. I tried five different cards to make a glow party card using acrylic paints mixed with dish soap, but I didn’t like the way they turned out. Then I challenged myself to create a fun and bold disco ball using hexagon die. Without further ado, here is what I came up with: 

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Do you like dancing in a nightclub? or singing at the karaoke? I don’t go to those places, but I love dancing and singing. So it will be great for fun to have a disco ball in my future house. Does that sound cool to you? Haha! But I have to admit that those patterns on my disco ball remind me of a soccer ball. I should have added some string to achieve a realistic look of the disco ball. What do you think? Hope you see a disco ball not a soccer ball. *wink*

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This is a closer look at my card. I love the shiny sparkles over the neon hexagons. Hope you like them, too. As you see above, I placed my sentiment along the ball to create some circular motion. For the sentiment, I used the Bowtiful Stamp Set by Waffle Flower. But I needed to cut the stamp to create my own sentiment which I didn’t mind at all.

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This is a quick step-by-step photo tutorial on how I put together my disco ball card. 1)Die-cut hexagon frame from black cardstock using Papertrey Ink Hexagon Die. 2)Die cut hexagons out of white cardstock. Then ink them with neon colors. 3)Adhere the hexagon frame on a piece of black cardstock. Then adhere the hexagon diecuts in random order. 4)Heat-emboss the hexagon panel with Sparkle embossing powder. 5)Die-cut circle using My Favorite Things’ Circle Die-namics, cut edges of the hexagon circle. 6)Stamp sentiment and heat emboss it using Liquid Platinum embossing powder. Then adhere the hexagon panel to card using dimensional adhesive.

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By the way, these are the main supplies I used to create my card: Cuttlebug die-cut machine was not pictured. That’s all for today. Make sure to stop by each of the DT’s blog for more inspiration! I hope you play along with us this week, there is a wonderful prize up for grabs from STAMPlorations and the winner will have a chance to guest design on the next challenge – more details are on the CASology blog. Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!

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10 thoughts on “CASology #103: Hexagonal Disco Ball Card

  1. This is so colorful and creative. I do admit that I first saw a soccer ball, but given that it is World Cup and I have 2 soccer players in my house, I can be forgiven. I love your tutorial and explanation, and now I see nothing but a disco ball, and I want to go dancing.

  2. This truly is a labor of LOVE, May! Your creativity is awesome and your skills are top notch! I love the glitter and neon in this! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View Challenge!

  3. May, I love your glittery disco ball! How fun would it be to have one in your house, right? Dance party any time! 🙂 Super fun card, May…you rose to the challenge this week, for sure!

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