A girl and her glitter-shooting prosthetic: 'You can do anything'

Story highlights

  • Jordan Reeves was born with a left arm that stops just above her elbow
  • She designed and made several prosthetics for herself with a 3D printer

(CNN)Jordan Reeves' face lights up when she talks about "Finding Nemo," remembering how she met the cast of the musical at Disney World last year.

"I wore a Nemo-looking dress," said Jordan, age 11. "It looked like a clown fish, just like Nemo. And, here's my fin!"
Jordan points to her own "lucky fin," a left arm that stops just before the elbow. Just like Nemo, she might have to work a little bit harder since she was born with only one hand, but that doesn't stop her.
    She is an innovator who gained fame for a glitter-shooting prosthetic, a CrossFit athlete, a musician, a Girl Scout and an advocate for young children with limb differences.
    Just last week, Jor