A process long shrouded in mystery, we will demonstrate the arduous task of building a snowman. It won't be an easy job, but I'll guide you through the many complex steps of bringing life to snow.

Step 1: Locate Snow

The first, and most crucial, stage in this endeavor is to locate a suitable work area. You'll need enough snow to build the snowman, and enough room to work in. As you can see this front yard has both. Below is an example of a non-suitable work area.
I learned something new this year<br><br>We had rolled the second ball too large to lift (&gt;3ft) so we pushed <br>two canes through the ball (crossing in the middle and were able to lift it easily <br>I suspect this would work on much larger balls.
-&quot;I'll be back (next winter)&quot;- he said
he's so cute!
For a first-timer the whole &quot;snowball effect&quot; didnt really work for me... the snow here is too soft. Its like trying to roll a ball of dry beach sand. I managed a snow baby though - about two feet tall. <br /> Awesomely comedic instructable though, well done! <br />
Hahahhaha, the last pictures RULE! Awesome Instructable, my friend has that same Xbox 360 beanie.
Aww, this was cute. I didn't know snowmen were so good at skydiving!
Heyyyy, I think I saw your snowman near the Eiffel Tower. Unfortunately, not much snow in France so he probably won't meeting any friends. Nice instructable though.
Yay!! it has just snowed here this morning for the first time this year.

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