An endless production of flowers!
Great for school assemblies, church services and kids parties.
Easy magic that's perfect for the beginner.
The gold edged folder is opened, shown empty and closed. When they are opened again colourful paper flowers cascade out. On it’s own this would be impressive, but the effect is repeated over and over again until four sets of spring flowers are produced. Where did they all come from?
Spring flowers are a popular stage-magic effect - they’re visual, colourful and catch the light really well. However, sometimes magicians struggle with how to produce them. This folder does all the work for you!
Children especially love repetition in magic and this trick builds and builds.
Everything you need to produce flowers from the folder and from your bare hands
Flowers from Bare Hands
We've even given you the gimmicks needed to produce the flowers from your bare hands. 2 tricks in 1!
You could talk about wanting to buy some flowers for your partner but opening your wallet (folder) to realise you don’t have money left (an ‘aww’ cue from your audience!) But then of course the magic happens, and the flowers cascade out of the folder itself!
Fun effect to illustrate any four points - one point per flower produced. Illustrate God's endless love/ grace/ forgiveness /provision as flower after flower is produced. Ideal for the feeding of the 5000!
- Packs (very!) flat, plays big
- A colourful visual trick ideal for stage use
- Versatile folder that you can also use other props with
- The folder has a plastic core to make them hard wearing
BONUS 1: Use the pop-up spring flowers to add colour surprising magic to other presentations. Have them appear in crystal boxes, the Book of Plenty even a change bag!
BONUS 2: Produce flowers from your bare hands using the special gimmicks and extra instructions we've included.
Easy-to-do effect for all ages. The special folder and flowers do all the work for you!
You will receive: The specially prepared folder, covered in black fabric and trimmed in gold. Set of paper spring flowers, gimmicks for a bare hand production and written instructions.