This activity is purely creation. Students must illustrate the two given personifications, then write their own example of personification and illustrate it. The back of this activity is hyperbole practice in which students must identify the examples of hyperbole and then write a hyperbole based on the given picture.
A great activity to have students look at figurative language from a different perspective -- the perspective of a writer.
This activity takes no less than 30 minutes, but it takes figurative language study to another level.