We don't get snow very often in Arizona. When we do, it's usually not enough to make a snowman. Growing up building snowmen was something I loved doing. The picture below is of my dad and I after we built a huge snowman. As you can see the snowman is about at tall as my dad, who is 6'3". We had a two-wheeler because my dad made the snowballs so big he could not lift them. I'm not sure how old I am here, I'm guessing six or seven. This is one of fondest winter memories. Sometimes I miss the snow, while other times I'm very happy I live where it's warm.
For these cookies I used an old Wilton snowman cookie cutter that I purchased on Ebay. I tried to see if I could find one, but I didn't have any luck. You could use any snowman cookie cutter you have. The cookie cutter has a top hat which I rounded off so I could create the stocking hats before baking. I started out by piping and flooding the white and allowing that to dry. Once the white was dry, I added the face, buttons, hat, and scarf. I picked red and green for the hat and scarfs but they can be any color. I added a little heart because I had some extra pink icing.