Hmmm. What is there to say? Well... You want to make people feel their feelings. If it's funny, make them laugh, if it's happy make them smile, if it's sad make them cry. Honestly, I can't really tell you 'How To' do this, you just do it. You have to make it part of yourself to write something that'll make people feel their emotions in a high level.
If you REALLY want to do this properly, you should talk to people on what makes them laugh, smile, and/or cry. Try to make them tell you what gets them in touch with their emotions. For example: Funny- "You bet my sass I am." Happy-"She smiled as though it were her happiest moment." Sad- "It felt as though it were the end of the world. It crushed me into pieces." Or something along those lengths.
If you really want to dig deeper, think about what gets YOU into deep emotional states. Is it a cat falling off a chair, your loved ones, and your dead dog? Who knows, I'm not you. What you absolutely need is for the characters to feel these things with the reader. To do so, have dialogue and inner thoughts through the main characters and the characters around s/he.
this is where i ramble; have fun