Be sure that all the line are set as outline (on path) cuts that will completely cut through the material.
I used 1/4 inch thick oak and set the depth to .26 inches to ensure it was cut cleanly through. (note this may cut into your wasteboard slightly)
I found that turning off tabs worked better for this project since it is so small.
Secure your piece of wood to the waste board, I drilled a hole in each corner of the oak piece and used screws to hold it down.
Once the wood is secured, use Easel to cut out the snowman
After you have removed your snowman you will need to clean up the edges with a piece of sandpaper.
After it is sanded smooth, you can stain or paint however you wish. I just used a coat of clear stain to seal the wood and then sprayed a light coat of varnish over both sides.
I found that if you make another snowman about a half inch taller then they will “hold hands” so it is possible to make an entire snowman family if you wish.