Endless routines with an item you can carry in your pocket!
But how do you learn all the great routines you can do?
WITH THIS BOOKLET of Sponge Ball Magic, of course!
Here's just one of the many amazing tricks you can learn to do with this booklet:
Place a sponge ball in your own hand, then place another ball in your spectator’s hand.
Quick as a wink, you open your hand- your ball has vanished!
When the spectator opens their own hand, they find TWO balls inside their closed fist!
The amazing thing about magic with sponge balls is that most of it seems to happen right in your spectator's hand.
That's why sponge balls are an audience favorite!
This booklet is simple and to the point.
With concise step-by-step illustrated instruction, you will easily and quickly be able to master these amazing tricks.
Want to know how to make the balls vanish and multiply in your spectator's hands? IT'S IN HERE!
Need a simple explanation of some easy routines that will turn the sponges into real magic? IT'S IN HERE!
Wonder how to use the Empty Purse Frame (sold below) with your sponges? IT'S IN HERE!
There is even a NO SLEIGHT OF HAND trick that is perfect for even the young magician!
Please note that you are ordering the BOOKLET ONLY from this page.
You will need a set of sponge balls to do the tricks in this book.
Sponge Balls can be purchased separately below.
CONTENTS of the booklet:
- What Are Sponge Balls
- How Do Sponge Balls Work
- Basic Ball Sleights
- Classic Palm
- Finger Palm
- Thumb Palm
- Sponge Ball from Nowhere
- Double Ball Production
- Continuous Sponge Ball Production
- Splitting a Sponge Ball
- Sponge Ball From Empty Purse Frame
- Basic Finger Palm Vanish
- Pinch Vanish
- French Drop Thumb Palm Vanish
- Push Vanish
- False Take
- More Sponge Ball Tricks
- Sponge Ball Transposition
- Flight Thru Space
- Traveling Sponge Ball
- Sponge Ball Penetration
- Sponge Ball Routines
- Three Ball Trick
- Three Wandering Sponge Balls
- Alternate Ending for Wandering Sponge Balls
- Sponge Ball Routine with Mini Ball Climax
- "No Move" Sponge Ball Routine for Younger Magicians