Tear up the nonsense around Christmas and restore the true meaning.
Our exclusive easy-to-do fun paper magic that tells wonderful story of the nativity.
Only available from Mission Magic
'It was really effective, and I was grateful for the help. Speaking to a hall of over excited children on the day they break up from school is not the easiest gig!' M. Prince
The Effect: A colourful seasonal banner is shown, printed with the words CHRISTMAS. One by one each letter is torn off. The pieces are folded up into a packet. Magic words are said and when the packet is opened up the banner opens up completely restored.
Baffling Christmas Magic that's surprisingly simple to do!
- No skill required - ideal for those with no magic experience
- Perform anywhere! - Carry it with you.
- Entertain even the largest of crowds - ideal for school assemblies and Christmas services
BONUS 1: we show you how to hand out the restored paper for examination. Your audience are now well and truly baffled!
BONUS 2: as well as enough paper for x12 performances. We also give you a prepared paper strips for an immediate start!
BONUS 3: Free second presentation called 'My Christmas List'
BONUS 4: Professional tips and gags to make sure your performance is entertaining and unforgettable.
An effect that looks great on paper and is even better when performed live!
You will receive: enough paper banners for x12 presentations, x1 prepared banner ready to go and 20 page booklet with illustrated instructions, x2 scripted presentations and bonus ideas and jokes.
Torn and Restored Christmas Banner - a hall buzzing with 200+ excited brownies, beavers, lifeguards and their parents, the vicar steps up to do her 'slot'. She tells them the story of Jesus' birth whilst absent-mindedly ripping her Christmas banner into pieces. She realises her mistake, screws up the broken pieces, and with a bit of Christmas magic unfolds the banner, whole again. The room gasps! The vicar reminds them not just to remember the trick, but Jesus, the only one who can make us whole again.
It was really effective, and I was grateful for the help. Speaking to a hall of over excited children on the day they break up from school is not the easiest gig :-)