Hookin Up with HoH #117

Sorry the post is getting up so late tonight. My son decided to have a teary heartfelt bedtime confessional about a friend bullying him at school. Poor kid. I will always be there for my kids, so unfortch the party goes up late tonight. Crisis adverted though. I talked him off the ledge and he’s feeling good about himself again. Why is life so hard at 10?

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I just adore this faucet handle coat rack from The Sweet Survival. It is the cutest thing ever.

Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mommade this adorbs tunic top for her little gal. My daughter saw this and wants one so bad now.

Leave it to Stay at Home-ista to create fab-u-LESS art for her amazing house. Her sutff is always so classy.

The House on Harrison turned a desk into a chalkboard. How fun, especially to write birthday messages on.

I love this super-simple tutu tutorial for your doll from A Creative Princess. So easy to make. Definitely adding this to my to-do list.

These distressed picture frames from Bullfrogs and Bulldogs are ubber amazing. I just love them.

Dying over this ombre giltter pumpkin tutorial from Serendipity Refined. And the best part? ALL the glitter came in a combo pack for a buck at the dollar store.

Want your little girl’s dress to poof out? Follow this well written petticoat tutorial from Sew Fantastic and get poofy today.

The Crafted Sparrow crafted herself a scary skill halloween pillow. So fun.

Polish the Stars painted THE MOST AMAZEBALLZ coffee table on planet earth. Can an enormous nintendo controller coffee table be any cooler? I think not.

Perfectly Imperfect is perfectly brilliant. She took a Target dollar spot clutch and added a custom monogram with a sharpie. So clever.

Lizy B is a baking goddess. She’s at it again with these mouth-watering pizza cookies. And they look so real. Plus, I have a sweet tooth for sugar cookies, so I’m drooling right now.

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  1. Thanks for hosting Allison!

  2. Aw! Sorry to read about your little guy being bullied. Glad you were able to have a heart to heart with him and help him feel better. As always, thanks for hosting!

  3. My apologies. I accidentally posted a non-recipe one under the recipes, but I can’t figure out how to delete it.

  4. Oh my goodness! I have a ten year old, too…it’s so hard to watch them in pain…breaks my heart! Prayers for a great day tomorrow! XO, Aimee

  5. Oh! My heart goes out to your munchkin! Being a 10 year old boy is not easy. Not a little kid….not yet a teenager. Hope tomorrow is a better day for him!

  6. Oh my gosh! and you featured my cookies!!! (tutorial by Sweet Sugarbelle herself!!!) Thanks! I’d send some to your little man if I could!

  7. New to this blogging thing-would appreciate any views or new followers, and comments/advice! -I linked up the Blueberry Cream Cheese Wafflewich. Such great ideas on here! Love it! :)

    Check out my latest recipe, review & giveaway @ Baking Blissful

  8. I’m so glad you were able to boost your son’s confidence tonight. It is so sad what children have to endure sometimes :( Give him an extra hug tomorrow morning for me :) Thank so much for hosting Allison!

  9. I’m so glad you took time to nurture you little boy. Bullying really sucks. It’s so hard to be a kid these days. My heart goes out to him.

    I’ve linked up my Caramel Apple Pizza

    http://alchemybaking.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-ultimate-caramel-apple-pizza.html

    I hope you have a great weekend!

    Melissa @ The Alchemist

  10. Thanks for the FAB party Allison! Sorry to hear about your little guy and SO glad that you were there for him!
    xo
    Heather

  11. Hi Allison :) Thanks so much for hosting, some cool funky features this week! Take care, Jo x

  12. Awww, that’s so sad! Praying that the days ahead are better :( As always, thanks for hosting again.

  13. So sad! I hate situations like that. :(

    Thanks for hosting. XO

  14. Thanks for hosting! Sorry for #33 in food, feel free to delete the link! xo, Kimberly

  15. Ugh…I did it again! Posted a recipe in the crafty section. I am sorry! Thanks for hosting! :)

  16. Thank you so much for hosting! ;)
    xo! Vanessa

  17. Thanks for hosting each week xo

  18. Allison, thank you so much for featuring my tutu!

    I’m so sorry your little guy is going through all that. This bullying crap has got to stop!

  19. Thanks so much for featuring my coat rack! You made my day! Thanks for hosting such a wonderful party!

  20. Thanks for featuring my tunic top! Have a great weekend!
    ~Jamie

  21. Thanks so much for hosting another party! I’ve added my Easy, Homemade Peppermint Mouthwash (#79 ) that is non-toxic, easy to make and cheap. Plus, it tastes great and leaves your mouth feeling refreshed and super clean. I hope you like it!
    ~Rebekah @ http://www.potholesandpantyhose.com

  22. Thanks so much for featuring my frames Allison! Thanks for hosting such a fun party :)

  23. Ooops I put my pasta recipe in the wrong party, feel free to take it off if you want. Thanks for hosting!

  24. Thank you for hosting this Par-tay!!!

  25. Thanks so much for hosting! Have a great week!
    Blessings,
    Nici

  26. ALLISON! How the heck are you?
    Thank you for being the hostess with the mostest!
    Kerry at HouseTalkN

  27. Hi! Just stumbled upon your blog and have linked up my handmade halloween cards. Thanks for hosting :)

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

  28. Thanks for hosting. I’m loving all the fall/halloween posts lately!

  29. sure hope this bullying incident is brought to the teacher or whoever was the adult at the time attention. nip in the bud and when and if it gets out of hand it has ben documented and shows a timeline for your little one’s safety.

  30. Thanks so much for featuring my Nintendo controller coffee table!! :)

  31. Hi Allison! I HATE BULLIES!!! I used to get bullied when I was in elementary school by girls that were two grades older than me. At that age, that’s a lot and it was very intimidating. I feel for your son. :(

    I made a boo boo…I linked up ‘my favorite things’ in the food party. Please delete it.

    Thanks for hosting, as always, a great party!

  32. Thanks for hosting! Wishing you a grand weekend! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  33. Thanks for hosting, Allison! I scrolled down too far and accidentally added my DIY home project to the recipes category :( I re-added it to the DIY projects category and was wondering if there anyway to delete it from the recipes one? So sorry!

  34. Allison-

    I am so sorry about the bullying! I am definitely feeling your pain. My daughter is 9 and we have been getting that from a boy at school this year. I am blessed that our school is taking it so seriously and concerned about her. But dealing with it all is exhausting! I’m so glad your son is willing to talk to you about it though.

    Heidi

  35. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of tasty and delicious
    Sweet n’ Healthy Quinoa Salad!

    Here’s the link:
    http://www.momessentials.net/sweet-n-healthy-quinoa-salad/

  36. Thanks for featuring my dining room art! I might have to “borrow” the term fab-u-less:) I love it!

    Jessica

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