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How to Levitate or Float a Card From Hand to Hand
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Here's a stunning levitation where you cause a playing card to mysteriously float from one hand to the other.
Here’s a stunning levitation where you cause a playing card to mysteriously float from one hand to the other. As you can see in our video, it looks great. There’s... some crafting involved and you’ll have to watch your lighting and clothing and distance, but we’ll talk you through the process. Soon, you’ll be baffling and dazzling your friends. Learn it here.Continue to 2 of 35 below.
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How to Float and Spin a Playing Card in Midair
Learn to float and spin a playing card underneath your hand in mid air.
Here's a magic trick that is sure to get the attention of spectators. You bring out a playing card and then cause it to spin in mid air and then rise up to your hand. You'll learn all this in our step-by-step instructions. Watch it in our video and Learn it here.Continue to 3 of 35 below.
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The Magnetic Hand
Learn how to perform the Magnetic Hand. In this mysterious and visual trick, you somehow cause several playing cards to adhere to your hand as if it were a magnet.
Click here to learn this excellent easy magic trick for beginners and kids.Continue to 4 of 35 below.
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How to Float and Spin a Card Above Your Hand
Here's a cool trick where you cause a playing card to slowly rise above your hand and mysteriously turn at the same time. As you can see in the video, this one looks great.Continue to 5 of 35 below.
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Learn to Levitate a Dollar Bill
Here's how to levitate or float a dollar bill in mid air. You'll need a few craft supplies but you can easily learn and perform this one.
Imagine causing a dollar bill to float from one hand to the other. Watch the trick in action here.Continue to 6 of 35 below.
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Pass One Bill Through Another Bill
Make one bill mysteriously pass through another one.
Here's a great trick where you cause one folded bill to pass through another folded bill. It relies on a gimmicked bill that you can easily make and always have with you so you can perform the trick for your friends and family. You have to see the trick in action to have a feel for it's impact.Continue to 7 of 35 below.
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Puncture a Bill With a Pen and Magically Restore ItContinue to 8 of 35 below.
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Easy Magic Tricks: The Levitating Ring
Want to make something float in mid-air? You can when you learn the Levitating Ring trick. Here, a finger ring that's resting on a pencil mysteriously levitates on its own.
Please click here to learn this excellent easy magic trick for beginners and kids to learn and perform.
Learn more levitation magic tricks by clicking here. And if you want to learn a way to defy gravity with cards, check out another related easy magic trick called The Floating or Levitating Playing Card, which you can... learn here.Continue to 10 of 35 below.
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The Vanishing Toothpick
Learn how to perform The Vanishing Toothpick trick. In this easy magic trick, you cause a toothpick that you're holding in your hand to vanish in a flash. At the end, you're holding your fingers wide apart.Continue to 11 of 35 below.
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The Rising Card
In The Rising Card you have a spectator select a card and then lose it in the deck. You rest your first finger on top of the deck and as you lift your finger, the spectator's card mysteriously ascends with it. This should get a rise from spectators.Continue to 12 of 35 below.
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In The Necklace trick, you show a necklace with three beads strung on two strings. You take an end from each side and begin to tie a knot. You place the beads into someone hand and then pull on the strings and the beads release themselves from the strings.Continue to 13 of 35 below.
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Easy Magic Tricks: The Magnetic Pencil 2
Magnetic Pencil 2 offers a great enhancement to a well known, easy magic trick. After showing that a pencil mysteriously sticks to your hand as you grasp your wrist, you suddenly let go of your "grabbing" hand and the pencil mysteriously stays in place.Continue to 14 of 35 below.
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The Spoon Bend
Picture this. Next time you're at a restaurant you grab any spoon, press down on it with your hands and appear to bend the spoon. As your stunned spectators register what you just did (the gall of you!), you lift up the spoon and show that it is unbent, just as you found it. All is well.Continue to 15 of 35 below.
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Magic BoomerangsContinue to 17 of 35 below.
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The Magic Coin Dish
The Magic Coin Dish offers a way to magically multiply money. In the trick, you have a spectator carefully count several coins into a dish, which you pour back into his hand. When he opens his hand later, he'll find more coins then he originally counted.Continue to 18 of 35 below.
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Cut and Restored String
Here's a classic trick for beginners, the Cut and Restored String. This easy trick involves shearing a string in half as it resides in a straw and then restoring the string so it's whole again. Even though the string is inside the straw and you've cut the straw in half, the string is somehow untouched.Continue to 19 of 35 below.
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Dealing a Royal Flush
Here's an easy way to deal yourself a Royal Flush in a seeming demonstration of poker. It requires more talking and misdirection than card handling skills. This is a great one to perform with your friends after a game of cards.Continue to 20 of 35 below.
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Easy Magic Tricks: The Levitating PencilContinue to 21 of 35 below.
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The Bill RollContinue to 22 of 35 below.
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The Clipped Card
In the The Clipped Card you show a spectator five cards and ask them to remember the position of the middle card (queen). You turn around the five cards and ask the spectator to clip the middle card (queen) using a paper clip. Most spectators will clip the middle card. But when you turn the cards around, you show that their paper clip is nowhere near the queen.Continue to 23 of 35 below.
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Dark Magic is a great trick, a bit of apparent mind reading, to perform at a party. You ask someone to select an item while you're out of the room, tell everyone else which item was selected and leave it in place. When you return, another person goes from object to object touching them in a random order. When the person touches the chosen object, you're able to tell everyone that this is the selected object.Continue to 24 of 35 below.
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Aces From Your Pocket
Learn how to pull Aces From Your Pocket. A spectator shuffles a deck and cuts it and drops it into the inner pocket of your coat. You ask the spectator to call out a number between "1" and "10." You bring out the number of cards from the deck in your pocket, and then lay down the next card on the table. You repeat this three times. When you turn over the four separate cards on the table, they are all aces.Continue to 25 of 35 below.
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The Jumping Paper Clips
The Jumping Paper Clips is a classic trick is great for young kids and just about every magician has played with it. In the effect, a pair of paper clips are attached to a dollar bill. After pulling the ends of the dollar bill, the paper clips link and jump from the dollar.Continue to 26 of 35 below.
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That Thumb Thing
That Thumb Thing is an age-old trick that you can do anytime, anywhere. In an instant, you seemingly pull your thumb apart and then put it back together again. If you're an uncle or grandpa, you almost have to learn this trick to tease the kids.Continue to 27 of 35 below.
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The Simple Monte - Three Card Monte
In The Simple Monte, you display three cards and ask the spectator to remember them. After turning the cards over, you remove the middle card. You ask the spectator if they can recall what the card is. And when you show it to them, it's a different card. This is an easy trick that you can easily make and perform.Continue to 28 of 35 below.
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The Banana Buster
Learn how mysteriously segment a banana in The Banana Buster. By executing an ultra secret ninja move, you magically cause a banana to separate into pieces while it is still inside the peel. This trick is an easy one that only requires a little preparation. And be sure that you're hungry so you can eat the banana when you're done.Continue to 29 of 35 below.
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The Impassable Corks
In The Impassable Corks, you hold two wine corks that are seemingly interlocked, and somehow pull the corks through each other. It's a fast, visual trick that you can also perform with rolled dollar bills and other objects of roughly the same size as wine corks.Continue to 30 of 35 below.
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The Rising RingContinue to 31 of 35 below.
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Sawing a Lady in Half
Alright, Sawing a Lady in Half is not a version of the big stage illusion where a magician appears to saw a lady in half. But you can make this version out of an envelope and paper and it won't cost you thousands of dollars. And you won't even need a brave volunteer.Continue to 32 of 35 below.
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Cold as Ice
Defying the laws of physics, in Cold as Ice, you apparently make water instantly freeze. You pour some water into a cup. When you turn over the cup, all that comes out is a chunk of ice. This one is super easy with the secret and a little setup.Continue to 33 of 35 below.
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Jumping RubberbandContinue to 34 of 35 below.
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The Deciding Domino