Learn how to link to rubber bands magically. Impress all your friends with this easy to learn magic trick.
Want to win the prize? Knowing a little math is the key to winning this popular contest. In this video, learn how to estimate correctly.
What's one of the best tricks you can perform at a birthday party or other celebration? Well, there's always a ton of balloons lying around, so why not try to pop one, but without actually popping it?
This video starts off with a magician performing a trick that he will teach. You are going to need a length of rope or a scarf to do this trick. The rope or scarf should be about five feet long. Put the rope behind your head so the sides are hanging normally down your chest. You’ll want the rope that is on the left side hanging a little lower then the right. Reach with the right hand and grab the rope high on your chest. With the left hand grab the rope on the right side making sure your left...
In this tutorial, learn the secret behind the magic trick. You know that amazing trick where a magician asks you to choose any line from a book and he will guess it? Well, in this video you will discover the secret behind that very trick. This is much more simple than you would think and anyone can do it with the right set up. So, check it out and start baffling your buddies.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the color changing Popsicle stick trick. Users will need to color one side of the stick with six colors and the other side with one color. The color should be the third color on the Popsicle stick. When asking the person to pick a number, it will force them to choose your color. When flipping the Popsicle stick, keep it at the same side and create the illusion of flipping. Make it seem like your flipping over the stick. This video will bene...
Grab a friend and get ready to perform some magic! The Great Rope Escape is sure to amaze your audience! You will need a rope (two pieces, each roughly 3 feet long). Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
This trick is super sweet and easy to do. What you'll be doing is called the penetrating toothpick trick, which will link two toothpicks together. Any bar or resturaunt that has wooden toothpicks will make for a great location to pull off this trick. This is also known as the linking cigarette trick which is very popular on the net right now.
Magic is a wonderful thing. But so is science. So, which category does this mystifying candle trick fall in? Perhaps both.
A great trick that requires you have a friend with you. When your back is turned, and the "victim" chooses a coin, your buddy puts his beer where the coin is. Known as the "nine coins" bar trick.
Out of helium? Forgot to pick up the tank? Don't worry, this video shows you two different ways that you can make your balloons float without using helium! And better yet, these methods use things you likely have around the house, so no added cost!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the Chinese sticks magic trick. The magician begins by showing the audience the two Chinese sticks together. When he pull the string down on one side, the other one goes up. Do this a few times to make the audience believe there is a string between the sticks. Then separate the two sticks to show the audience that there is no string between the sticks. But the magician is still able to pull the string down on one side and the other side will go ...
Learn how to tie a false knot for doing any variety of magic tricks.
If you want a challenge, try this at home or anywhere. Learn to spin a book on your finger. This will make you enjoy more of your vacant time. It also helps your balancing skill developed. 1. Get a book. 2. Get your finger to the center of the gravity of the book. 3. Spin the book on your finger. 4. As the book spins, your finger gets outside of the center. 5. Try to get your finger back to the center and you can do that by moving your hand in a linear circular manner. 6. Keep practicing by s...
Learn how to do the Thumbaround Reverse with this pen spinning tutorial.
Learn how to do the Extended Thumbaround with this pen spinning tutorial.
Want to learn a trick that you can perform anywhere at any time? All you need are some props you already have…your hands! Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors, so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
Here's another video showing you how to rip up a piece of paper and then have it magically restore itself to its pristine state. This requires two pieces of paper and little handy work, distraction and you're off to the races!
Learn how to do the Sonic Reverse with this pen spinning tutorial.
This rope trick will have your audience asking "how'd you do that?" You will need a length of think rope about 3-4 feet long and a pair of scissors. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
Create your own head turning magic by creating the easy to make paper toy in this how-to video. Make two paper dunce caps, cut out face holes, and stick the prop onto an assistant for this trick. Spinning the paper hats around creates a creepy illusion that the assistant's head is spinning around on their neck like magic. Check out this instructional video and learn how to perform this head-turning illusion.
Magician Dave J. Castle teaches you how to magically tie a knot in a regular rope without letting go of either of the ends.
In this tutorial, we learn how to link rubber bands trick. To start, you will need to have two rubber bands. After you have these, you will count to '3' and then link the rubber bands together. This is a very simple trick to do, just hold the hands in each of your hands. Then, stretch these apart, putting your thumb on the bottom part of the top rubber band. Then, when you count to '3', you will quickly move and put your middle finger through the other rubber band, making them link together. ...
In this clip, learn how to perform the "ferris wheel" with your Zippo lighter. You will learn how to toss an unlit Zippo into the air and spin it, and then catch it lit. You will fully rotate your lighter just like a ferris wheel and look totally rad, from now on, everytime you light a cigarette.
Try out this amazing bar trick… the "vanishing coin". Watch and learn how to make a small coin disappear under a shot glass and then magically reappear. Use this coin trick to hustle your friends or to just impress them. A little glue might just be the secret to disappearances.
Learn some free magic tricks with Cameron. You can learn some of the worlds best magic tricks from Cameron Oelsen, an amateur magician who loves to share the tricks behind his tricks.
Hello ladies and gentlemen, Greg Solomon is here today in this video tutorial to teach you how to perform the "Best Coin Trick in the World". He will show for you, and perform for you what many have referred to as the best coin trick there is. Immediately following the performance of this illusion, Greg will reveal to you, and explain to you how the coin illusion is performed.
Have you ever wanted to have the power to make things disappear? Ryan Oakes is going to show you how to obtain that power with this trick. You will need a cloth handkerchief, a shoelace, and three to four key rings. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
The design of these gloves makes them cheap and relatively safe. Layer up cotton-plastic-cotton gloves to create a barrier between your skin and the flaming lighter fluid. Use these fireproof gloves for movie SFX or a magic show. Or just to add some flair to your raver-style hand dancing.
Magic Trick: The Box of Pain Have you ever heard of the Masked Magician? With the television series Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed, the so-called Masked Magician (Val Valentino) revealed secret after secret of the magicians repertoire. Valentino creates “the magic” then proceeds to reveal the reality of the illusions before a captivated television audience.
The goal of this video tutorial is to teach you how to perform the "healed and sealed" soda can magic trick. This instructional is to help anyone wanting to be a magician, helping you understand technique and presentation of simple but effective illusions. These tricks are pretty easy, but with time, practice and patience you will be able to amaze your friends and your family. Learn the healed and sealed prop magic trick.
Want to amaze your family at the dinner table? Well follow along with Ryan Oakes as he teaches you a great meal time magic trick that'll get everyone craving for more! You will need a salt shaker, two paper napkins, a
Amaze your audience with this skillful magic trick! You will need a piece of thick rope about two feet long. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors, so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
Get ready to perform a trick where you make a spoon bend like it's rubber! All you need is a regular metal spoon.
This is a video tutorial that will show you how to appear to crush a bottle cap under you palm. A simple replacing of a regular bottle cap with a smashed bottle cap.
Watch to learn how to perform a magic trick by squeezing an "unbreakable egg."
Learn how to make your own pair of fireproof gloves for magic tricks or movie special FX. Fireproof gloves let you cover your hands with flammable butane & play with fire like never before. They will not damage or incinerate your hands because they are constructed of several layers.
Perform an optical illusion trick in which you appear to make a coin vanish from your hand and into a clear cup or glass of water.
In this street magic and illusion revealed video series, learn how to do rope magic tricks. Our expert magician will show you how to do the one handed knot trick, the three ropes to one trick, how to cut a rope in half and restore it, the ring and rope trick, and more. Get tips and pointers for executing these simple tricks for friends and strangers alike. Learn to astound and amaze…but first practice, practice, practice.
Want to learn how to perform the classic parlor trick of hanging a spoon on your nose? If so, this video can teach you how in a few short steps. First, it's a good idea to take a napkin or paper towel and wipe any oil from the outside of your nose. This helps to prevent the spoon from slipping. Next, you'll want to also wipe off the spoon itself, especially if it is dirty or has food on it. The last step is to hold the cupped section of the spoon up to your mouth and breathe some hot air onto...