To give the bag character, I built up the Winterstone around the neck and arms to create the appearance of holes in the bag.
Next I applied the first layer of Winterstone icing to the face. Icing is similar to clay but is less grainy when dry and can be sanded into a beautifully smooth surface. I applied the icing with a knife, shaped and smoothed it as much as possible then smoothed and shaped it with my fingers. After shaping her forehead I used my right index finger to shape her left eyebrow then with my left index finger I shaped her right eyebrow. I find that I achieve better symmetry when using whichever hand has the best angle. Fortunately I'm ambidextrous and my left hand is almost as good as my right when sculpting.
Travelling down I shaped her nose to look cuter, built up her cheeks to look happier, shaped her chin to be longer and smoothed the lines of her neck. Over and over, my fingers traveled up and down her face, removing imperfections and accentuating details. When the clay on my index fingers dried and started scratching the sculpture I switched to using my middle fingers, then ring fingers, then little fingers, then thumbs. By the time I was finished, each finger was covered in dry icing. While smoothing the back of her neck, my fingers were too fat to reach up under the hair. Too bad of my young helpers with small fingers wasn't here to help out.