Our neighbor took her children to a friend’s farm and brought back plenty of corn to share. After husking the corn, I created this Afro, using some of the kernels to make a face. Thank you Sarah – I enjoyed the delicious sweet corn.
I was doing some office cleaning yesterday and decided to create an Afro out of the pencil shavings from the electric sharpener. Easier thought than done. But it turned out very nice in my opinion.
In crafts today, we painted and decorated little wooden shapes to make into magnets. This is one that a child scribbled on with a regular marker, so I made this out of it.
I was craving sugar and I came across some egg shaped bubble gum while going through my son’s leftover Easter candy. The flavor lasted less than a minute, so I kept popping more in my mouth until it got too large and hard to chew. This is the end result before it went into the…
We were waiting outside the entrance to the community pool for it to open. My son says, “Mommy, here’s your chance to do an Afro,” and he started piling these leaves and acorn tops in front on me where I sat on a step. What excuse did I have at that point?
I found this in the cabinet at work. I started on it on the right-hand side with tempera paint. I decided to do a little more on the left-hand side and kind of re-paint it with oil-paint markers. Guess I’ve been doing Afros long before this journey.
Instead of a pre-lunch Afro arrangement, I did a post-lunch Afro arrangement with the shells from some shrimp and a small piece of asparagus for the mouth. Isn’t she lovely?