So I told her.
"Can you really make that?" she asks.
"Sure," says I, "it's actually not such a big deal."
"Does it have to be Han Solo?" says she.
"No," I replied, "it's actually easier if it's someone who can come into the workshop for lifecasting. That'll save me the trouble of finding or sculpting a copy of Harrison Ford's face."
"What if it was me?" says she.
The conversation ended with her gleefully agreeing to come to the workshop and put in all of the labor and pay for all of the materials required to make the project possible. My role was to provide parts and technical advice.
Here's a picture of the finished product. For more information on how it was made, read on...