Saturday, April 10, 2010

You can't miss Kris' acting debut

Dennis' daughters never cease to amaze me.  
As many of you know, they make videos each week of crafting and home ideas to be seen on their website: The DIY Dish.

This week's video I just had to post here because I didn't want you to miss Kris' acting job.
If you are in a hurry, just go to about 1:45.  It was fun seeing Kim's house, too.


Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

I saw this on their site. It was so cute. Watch out Martha and Carol Burnett. These girls are wonderful.

grandmapeg said...

Wow!!! What cute ideas they share on their site! I agree with Karen above when she says "Watch out Martha and Carol Burnett". Kim and Kris are naturals. Are you sure they aren't related to Marie Osmond? They sure look a lot like her. Thanks for sharing and I'm glad you're back :-)

Susan Rozier said...

She did a good job. I enjoyed it from their blog. Cute--both girls are so personable. I'm not even remotely crafty, but I enjoy watching them be so enthusiastic about theirs. Susan

the Rich girl said...

I think what these two are doing is just too cool! I look forward to seeing more of their webisodes. Keep up the good work, you two!

Eileen said...

They are great!
And I've never seen anything like this machine! I want one!
Wonderful job!
All the best,
PS ~ I played 'catch up' again, Jill, but this time I left a comment on each post that I've missed.

Brock said...

This is really great stuff, Kim and Kris! I'm impressed by the high production values and the way you both carry yourselves on camera. You're naturals.

And nice job, Kris! You should do more of these reenactments. Very successfully done.

Lisa said...

They are so NATURAL at this! I'm going to give my sil this link since she got one of those for Christmas & * think she just uses it for scrapbooking and she has 4 kids under 12 so what a great idea K & K present!

I feel like they're gonna be BIG like that one lady from our Church who's on QVC & creator of some top selling scrapbooking magazine & has a whole line. I think her name is Lisa Bearnstein or something.

Wonderfully Entertaining! Thanks for sharing. Their giveaway for the embroidery machine clip gots me really wanting a super high end thousands of dollars model. Oh too bad I'm not rolling in the dough!

Kris said...

Oh my! Thanks everyone! Your unconditional love of a complete dork is truly appreciated!!!! :) And Brock, thanks for your nice words, too. Coming from a film guru, what you said meant a lot. :)