A beautiful Birthday Party Card Trick by Dibya Guha Four cards with “Happy Birthday” printed on them magically transform into 4 different cards with pictures of a A Cake, A Gift Box, A Teddy Bear and Balloons printed on them. Ideal birthday party trick for kids and grownups. Comes with Video Instructions for Intermediate magicians. […]
Category Archives: Close-Up Magic
A Packet of playing cards miraculously changes into a big stack of 500 Rupee notes. You can spread the bills to show BOTH SIDES! There is nothing to see except cold hard cash! Very easy to perform. It is self-working and very easy to learn. Comes complete with an online video tutorial. Specially made for Indian […]
This is a very clever and strong “matching effect”, with a double whammy climax. The performer displays 2 sets of 13 animal cards. There are duplicates of every animal in both piles. A spectator is asked to select any card in one pile, face down. There is absolutely no force, and the selection is completely […]
A card (with a picture of the great Houdini) is locked inside a see cut-out frame with a nut and bolt. It is impossible for “Houdini” to escape without removing the bolt. The magician unbolts and takes out the card from the frame to show that this is the only way for the card to […]
This is a Chop Cup that is turned in pacific teak and is a very attractive “collector’s quality” prop. The all wood construction eliminates suspicion of any gimmicking. With the outfit you get a regular set of 1 inch Chop Cup Balls, and instructions. The Chop Cup is 3.25 inches high and 2.5 inches diameter […]
A spectator places a die with a freely selected number of spots on top into an examined opaque container, which is closed with a tight press on lid. This is then placed into a second larger examined container which is also closed by the spectator. The spectator then concentrates on the number of spots on […]
A piece of paper is placed over the mouth of a small vase, filled with water, then turned upside down. The paper and water stays in place. The paper is removed, but the water remains inside the inverted vase. Self contained vase, made in plastic. Nothing to add or steal.