One of the all time best sellers of my small polymer clay items was this little guy! "Mr. Kissy Face" I think I called him. :<) Anyway, people loved him - he was so cute and the glass candy jar he sat on top of was filled with chocolate kisses. Who can resist that!
To make your own, these are the items that you will need.
You might have noticed that the oval punch is a scalloped punch - as I did not own a plain oval in this size. So, if you ever find yourself in this same dire situation, there are two things you can do. Either punch an oval on white cardstock and cut off the scallops to make a template, to then trace onto the CS or punch an oval from the CS itself and then trim the scallops - whatever makes the most sense to you. :<)
I sponged the inks onto the individual pieces to give them added depth - the blush on the edges of the eyelids, whites of the eyes and the nose - the brown on the candy shape. (See photo of supplies needed.) Assemble the face, draw on a happy smile, add blush to the cheeks, attach the face to the candy kiss shape, glue to a 6" piece of foil, gather it up around the face and there you have him . . . . .