Magical fun with baubles; what could be more Christmassy? With this colourful seasonal prediction you've got a very special Christmas message.
The fun with three satin bags, each one containing a coloured bauble. This is your secret colour prediction. The question is, will you be right? Handing your young volunteer a black and white drawing of three baubles, you ask them to colour them in, using three pens randomly taken from a bag full of pens. The picture is quickly completed; what a beautiful work of art - three colourful baubles. But 'Will the baubles in bags match the baubles in the picture?'
Out comes the first bauble from its bag - it's the SAME COLOUR as the first bauble in the picture! So is the second and the third baubles. The three baubles in the bag perfectly match the three baubles in the picture - same colour - same order! It's a perfect match and the perfect introduction to your seasonal message.
Same colour, same order. That's a perfect match!
Christmas Colour Match is practically self-working and can be repeated using three different colours, no two pictures are the same. Scripted outlines are included for two different presentations, 'The Colours of Christmas' and 'Three Presents for the King'. And because we like to spoil you we've included two bonus routines that can be performed at any time of the year - 'Perfect Fruit Match' for healthy fruity fun and 'Symbolic Match' a 'how did they do that?' ESP mentalism effect.
Once you discover the secret method you'll realise there are 101 different routines and mentalism effects possible with the Colour Match method, making Christmas Colour Match one of the best values in magic.
Everything is included for an immediate start. All you need is an audience!
- 16 jumbo-sized coloured markers
- Heavy-duty clear plastic bag
- 3 red satin drawstring bags
- 5 different coloured 6cm shatterproof baubles.
- 12 copies of the drawing
- Online link to download and print out more black-and-white drawings
- Our exclusive booklet is crammed full of ideas, routines, gags, jokes, advice and bits of business