Gather your supplies.
Roll three white balls: small, medium and large.
Make sure the largest ball has a flat bottom so the snowman will stand up.
Cut two pins so that you can connect the three balls together.
Using a ballpoint pen, make indentions into the middle ball so you can put the buttons on.
Roll up two small balls and put them in the holes you've created for the buttons.
Repeat this process for the eyes. For the eyebrows, you can use a pin to make small lines.
To create the scarf, roll out a long blue strip, keeping one end thick. Use a pin to cut away tiny strips in the thicker end of the scarf.
Wrap the scarf twice around the snowman, so that it falls down to his side and covers his mouth.
Cut down two pins and bend them to create the shape for the arms.
Roll and flatten out a strip of brown. Wrap it around the pin. Leave a small piece uncovered so you can stick it into his sides. Add a small piece to the end so that it looks like he has a hand.
Stick the arms into the body.
Start with a ball of black Sculpey and form it into the hat. Roll out and flatten a small strip of red. Create a buckle using gold/yellow clay. Wrap this piece around the hat.
Using another pin, secure the hat to the head.
Create a base for the snowman by rolling out a red piece of clay and forming it into the shape of a circle. I used a small measuring cup to cut around the border. Roll out a long piece of white clay and wrap it around the edges. Place your snowman on the circle and bake at 275 degrees for approximately 25 minutes.
You're finished! If you'd like a shiny snowman, you can apply clear glaze or spray a clear acrylic sealer over him. Interested in more crafting? Visit World of WarCrafts!