Once you have glued the eyes to the large oval half -you can see how I position them-you can go around the eyes with the colored pen. Glue the heart to the bottom of your eyes as shown above. I used SU's owl punch to punch out a nose.
I also used SU's owl punch to punch out the eye balls and added a little bit of white gel ink to make my clown come alive. Use your fine tip pen to make the lines above and below the eyes. I used Martha Stewart's crown punch for my clown's hair- I did use Tim Holtz's Distressed ink to give it a little style. You really would be surprised at what punches will work as hair-most of your leaf punches really look great!
I used SU's slot punch for the mouth but I also will sometimes just draw a mouth! You can really be creative with your clowns and get down right silly! If my clown doesn't wear a hat- I usually give them drawn eyebrows.
I wanted to show you the end result! I haven't finished my card but I might not until I have a need for a clown card. I might use it for a "Get Well" card or a "Happy Birthday" card or even a "Thinking of you" card. I want to keep my options open for now. I should add that I made the umbrella from the top of the Marianne Design bird cage. I hope you enjoyed my tutorial! Let me know if you should have any questions!