If you have always dreamed about pulling a spectator"s card from a Pop-Tart (probably not), or just like to eat Pop-Tarts and can use another reason to eat them, check this one out. Me, I’ll be sticking with card to wallet.
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This one has a definite surprise factor as audiences would never suspect that their card would end up inside of a Pop-Tart. Skill-wise, the effect takes the same sleight-of-hand skills that are necessary to perform standard card-to-wallet, including a move that often makes beginners nervous.
The ads state that Pop-Card is "perfect for stage magicians, street magicians, restaurant workers and strolling magicians." Perhaps this can work on stage, but I wouldn't want to create a mess with the Pop-Tarts in most strolling and restaurant situations. It's just what you would imagine. You break off pieces of Pop-Tart to reveal the signed card, and the card itself is covered in sticky fruit filling.
Ready for Your Pop-Tart?
-Wayne N. Kawamoto
MSRP: (US) $19.99
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Dealers can purchase from Murphy's Magic Supplies, Inc.