Made with three snow balls, the largest on bottom and getting smaller as you get to the head. Many people use carrots for the nose, a scarf around the head, sticks for arms, and charcoal for eyes, and smaller charcoal or dark rocks for buttons and mouth.
#2 Squashed Snowman
from Bills Box of Sound
I like the squashed look too!
#3 Upside-Down Snowman
Its a great activity for those old or out-grown boots/shoes no one will wear!
Or try this upside-down version that isn't made from the traditional three snowballs:
#4 Lost His Head Snowman
This seems like a difficult one to attempt! I can imagine the sticks for arms need to be very strong for this! Perhaps if you just pack some snow around a light hollow object that would cut down the weight of the head. Or, if you lean the two base snow balls backwards a tiny bit, the head could be part of the middle ball of the snowman.
#5 Bird Feeder Snowman Head
What a nice way to remember our bird friends when they are trying to find food in the cold snowy winter!