So you think you’re crafty huh? Well how about this news story.
A U.S. woman has become an Internet star after making her own prosthetic leg out of colourful Lego bricks and posting the video to YouTube. Christina Stephens, an occupational therapist and clinical researcher based out of St. Louis, Mo., lost her leg below the knee after sustaining an injury in January.
Her YouTube station features a series of videos which offer information on a wide-array of topics like “How it feels to walk in a prosthetic leg” and “Getting an amputee tattoo!” But it is the video called “My Legoleg- Amputee prosthetic leg made with Lego Bricks” that has captured people’s attention.
In the time-lapse video, Stephens is seen dumping out a crate of Lego blocks and sorting through them as she builds, fits and tests her own prosthetic leg. -Read more here: http://www.ctvnews.ca
This is awesome and really creative! Check out her video below
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