My DSIL Bridget is an avid snowman
collector and made the following snowmen. Aren't they delightful?
Paint three boards white. Bridget used 18", 20"
and 22" pieces of 2" x 4" board.
Paint eyes like coal, a carrot nose, a smile
(could be a row of black coal dots), a scarf, a mitten and three or four buttons down
Screw the three
boards onto a thick piece of 8" x 12" plywood. Screw
that plywood to another 8" x 12" piece for extra sturdiness.
Cover the base with batting or anything that resembles snow.
Put odd socks
(that the sock monster missed) on their heads and tie the end of each sock in a knot.
Paint a "Let it snow!" sign on a piece of 18" x
3" x 1/2" piece
of wood and nail it to a 1" x 3" support. Nail this sign to the back of
one of the snowmen as shown.
Spray with clear acrylic sealer so that is is durable
for inside or outside.
Note: For Halloween paint ghosts on the other side for
a reversible decoration.