Jessica Upton Sticky U 4


It is time for STICKY U at TOMBOW 🙂

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Our newest Sticky U Student is Jessica Upton, the owner of Color Cast Designs!
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Jessica owns Color Cast Designs. She is  married to my biggest fan. She lives in Colorado and has 3 kiddos. She started scrapbooking 12 years ago and now does Project Life exclusively.
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Well, except for the occasional mini album.) 🙂

Jessica loves crafting and DIY projects and filling her home with these projects. In 2013, her husband got a laser for his business and it quickly became something that she started started playing with too. Together, they started making acrylic and wood embellishments just for her to use and that quickly progressed into what would become Color Cast Designs. She now sells a variety of wood veneer sets, acrylic sets and kits that include both wood and acrylic. She also just recently started selling some of her pieces individually.

Jessica says, “I am passionate about preserving our history in a fun, creative way. I feel so blessed to be contributing to such an awesome hobby.”
Check out the awesome layout she created for Sticky U!

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You can see more of Jessica’s creations by clicking here!

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4 thoughts on “Jessica Upton Sticky U

  • Krimo

    Joy – Aw This is so sweet. I also have a little boy named Emmett. He’s as simley as this one too! Must be something about the sweet name! Thank you for sharing these gorgeous and bubbly photos! you have talent!

  • hausrat und haftpflichtversicherung kombi schweiz

    I am kinda waiting for the concern trolls to talk about the fact that he's excited they're blowing up forests with TNT. Other than that, how cool is that!?My dad taught my brothers and I to play guitar. I didn't have the drive to continue but my brothers did. He taught them just enough and then he'd make excuses to not spoon feed them the next chord but left instructions on how they could figure it out. The twins spent HOURS trying to figure it out by themselves. It was pretty cool.