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Make Spotify Glass Tiles and Soundwave/QR Code Art Projects with JenniferMakerWatch Promo
Learn the complete step-by-step process to crafting unique projects that stir emotions and recall sweet memories through songs and sound bytes!
Did you know you can make fun wall art that can play your favorite song? Or relive a memory with a sound byte, or even a video?
We are loving these song and sound byte projects right now, and we want to show you how to make them yourself to decorate your home and give as gifts!
In this workshop, Jennifer from JenniferMaker will show you how to make Spotify song glass projects and soundwave signs that will amaze and delight everyone!
These sweet sound projects are perfect for celebrating weddings and anniversaries and make really amazing house warming gifts and home decor!
In this workshop, you’ll learn:
- Jennifer's simple methods for getting whatever songs and sounds you want to use in your crafts.
- How to upload the sound and code files so they work and stick around!
- How to design your sound projects so they look great but are still easy enough to make.
- How to make a personalized glass song poster/wall art with your favorite song or album!
- How to make a personalized soundwave canvas with ANY sound byte using a QR code
Included in this workshop is:
- The in-depth workshop video with step-by-step instructions that can be watched anytime, even downloaded to watch offline!
- A full workbook with ALL the crafts from this workshop, step-by-step instructions, extra tips and suggested tools needed so you can make the most amazing song and sound projects
- Expert support in a private Facebook group with Jennifer and her team - do you have questions? Because we have answers!
Jennifer Marx is a graphic designer, author, and instructor with 25 years of experience who LOVES to teach and inspire others to transform their lives into something they love. She is the founder of the popular JenniferMaker.com DIY & Craft blog, where she shares her many designs and tutorials with the world. She is also the author of more than 60 print books on computers and travel, including a little book on making paper flowers.