5. Referring to the photo, cut two identical carrot shapes from orange paper, leaving a base large enough to cover the chenille stem on the head, and create a dimensional nose. Glue the carrot shapes together, but leave the base unglued. Fan-fold the carrot shape and then position the nose on the snowman face, covering the chenille stem in the center. Glue or tape the base to the snowman face, which is the smallest fan-folded circle. Punch eyes from black paper, and cut a smile from red paper. Position and glue them onto the snowman face.
6. Cut two 1-inch diameter circles from red paper for buttons. Punch two small holes in the center of each button. Insert a green chenille stem through a button and center on the largest fan-folded circle. Twist the chenille stem around the circle and then around the dowel to attach the circle to the dowel. Repeat the process for adding the button and securing the circle to the dowel for the medium circle, placing it so it slightly overlaps the larger circle. Attach the head circle in the same way.
7. Punch a hole at the top of each circle. Tie a string to the largest circle. Thread the string through the backs of the circles, continuing to the top of the dowel. Make a loop; hang from the screw at the top of the dowel for extra support.
8. Attach the scarf by twisting the chenille stem around the dowel. Cut a hat shape from black paper, a band from purple paper, and holly leaves from green paper. Place a piece of tape horizontally on the back of the hat, adhering the two ends of the tape but leaving the center unattached. Slide the hat onto the dowel through the center gap in the tape; press together to secure.