A great way to find printable snowmen and other craft templates is to look through the online arts and crafts sections of magazines and publications geared towards families, such as "Martha Stewart Living," "Parenting" and "Family." Often, these sites feature holiday crafts and templates, including printable images.
Start by looking at the arts and crafts or "family time" sections of the online magazines and perusing the activities listed, which are frequently organized by holiday or season. If you find any winter crafts that use printable images, take a look at the instructions. The types of crafts that often call for printable templates include bookmarks, gift tags, placemats, door hangers and seasonal decorations. If the magazine doesn't have a snowman printable, it may provide links to different pages that offer free printables you can use for the craft.
If you can't seem to find any featured winter crafts on the magazine site in July or August, it could be because you're looking during the off season when the images being featured are for summer. Most online magazines have search options, so try using a key word like "snowman" to find the item. Printable images are sometimes tagged for search words or phrases like "clip art" or "template." These are good key words to enter into your search to broaden your options if "snowman" doesn't turn up any results.