My snowman not nearly as cute as her's is since I only had my little pie pumpkins left. Well, actually the nice big interesting ones were on the front step but when I went to paint them I found that they were mushy. It was a bit sad because I had six of them out there and I could have had two awesome snowmen! I will plan better next year.
I did things just a bit different because I needed more than hot glue to get my pumpkins to stay together. I started by giving them a a couple of coats of white spray paint. My paint job is less than stellar due to painting in cooler than ideal temperatures.
Next I drilled a hole in the top of one pumpkin, top and bottom of the middle pumpkin and the bottom of the top pumpkin. Fun times with the power tools!
Next I put a piece of wooden bamboo skewer in top and bottom of the middle pumpkin and inserted the skewer in to the top and bottom pumpkins to make a tower.
Gave frosty a nice lopsided eye and smudge mouth face, many thanks to the help of a certain two year old, and tied on a baby sized hat! The kids love him!
Oh and this was one of those project that added to my husband's idea that I am a bit crazy. He was questioning my sanity when he saw spray painted pumpkins on the front lawn after being out of town for four days!