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You can now turn the entire family into LEGO minifigures, no joke



Photo: Funky 3D Faces

 

The company Funky3DFaces is using 3D printing technology to allow you to put your own face on a LEGO. No joke.  You can turn the whole family into LEGOs. 

 

Here’s how it works:  Take a couple pictures, one directly of your face and the other of your side profile – then send it in.  Here’s an example:

 

(Photo: Funky 3D Faces) 

 

The UK-based company is selling the custom LEGO minifigures for $34.  They might just be the perfect stocking stuffer for your LEGO obsessed child!  Get all the information you need by visiting funky3dfaces.com/.

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