The players are disco cutouts I got from the web and made with my Silhouette Digital Craft Cutter The focal is a foil multi-color fountain, and it is topped off with a papered mirror ball. This all sits atop a trumpet vase with with colored water- a la lava lamp look.
The assembly is the same as the Fizz centerpiece http://kraftpaperqueen.com/how-to-make-the-fizz-centerpieces/
I made earlier and I used the same foam core bases for the toppers.
The Disco mirror ball is a large pink Christmas Ornament covered with 1/2" squares cut from a piece of holographic premium scrapbook paper.
I also started a disco ball with cut CD's and another shiny paper cut into fringes. But the Recollections paper from Michael's was the easiest to use. The back side is shown here-along with an assortment of others I tried.
I will have more on the ball assembly in an upcoming post.
I made the cutouts of the disco dancers on my Silhouette Craft Cutter and used free images from a Google search for the templates. The finished size was 13". I used black 11 x 14" poster board sheets from the Dollar Tree.
I added the finger hands to some with an extra sheet of paper making them 14-16". The assembly looked bare and I searched for a gold or silver foil fountain. I finally found a fit at Hobby Lobby. The price was the best around and this size-just under a foot fit well. I had to settle for the Mardi-Gras multi-color foil fountain.
I thought the centerpiece was uninspired and blah!
Then I figured out how to add the ball. ?? Alene's Tack it Over and Over "TIOAO" was the solution. I had glued the paper squares to the 4" ornament with tacky glue and a few blobs of the TIOAO fixed it to the top of the fountain. It was good enough after thirty minutes and did not wobble or fall during the event.