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Birthday Bunnies
by Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki

The original effect on which this is based is called Invisible Wand, by Larry West, Al Cohen and Shigeo Futagawa, first released in 1970. Qua-Fiki used the principles in his Go Fish Card Trick e-Book, chapter 12, under the name No Fishing-Go Fishing, when he discovered (#1) it involves no real sleight of hand (just a series of rehearsed “moves” ) and (#2) it works with cards of any size, even jumbo cards. His next use of the principle was in his Super Hero trick starring the Invisible Man.

Effect: Oh, no! The bunnies have really gone into hiding this time, leaving behind only pure white blank cards, blank on both sides! They must have left a clue and it's up to the magician to discover the card that contains the Invisible Bunny carrying the Invisible Wand. Then the bunnies appear one by one, bearing puzzle letters, which the kids soon figure out spell out Happy Birthday when arranged in the correct order. They begin to sing the familiar song and the bunnies identify the birthday child by magic.

Print the cards yourself using your computer. This will become the hit of your children's birthday shows even if you don't perform any of the other Qua-Fiki Bunny Business effects.

Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki's Birthday Bunnies from James Gerrish on Vimeo.


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