Once you have your triangle pattern (see previous post) the rest is relatively clear sailing.
To punch your circles, you may want to turn your punch over so you can see what you're punching:
This can help you line up the design on your paper, or just save paper by getting your punches closer together:
I don't bother with the tracing and scoring of lines, I just use my template to fold around. You can do this for two sides:
For the third side, you need to remove the template and just use the existing folds as your guides. This is something like having a seam allowance, but not. If you know what I mean. Whatever. You need to get the template out of the way.
Now you just have to do this nineteen more times. That's twenty in all, four of each of your five papers.
Now it is a matter of gluing. For scrapbook paper, a gluestick works just fine.
Now is the time to tie a knot and add a loop for hanging. One on top and bottom each, if you like. But I opted not to for this particular ball. Ok, ok, I FORGOT. *sigh* You really need to do that before you glue it completely together. Or you can punch a hole in one of the ribs later, but I think it looks nicer hanging from the center.
I did get it finished, and it looks nice and I'm happy with it. So is my daughter - she thinks it's for her! Well, maybe it is. After all, she worked so hard to find a coordinating outfit... gee, I'm lucky!