web tracker

Recommended Sites

Check out the Coin Waltz Review

Looking for a Michigan Magician - The Magic Fun Man! Looking for a great close up pad? We've got em!


Designed by:
SiteGround web hosting Joomla Templates
Magic is a WONDERFUL hobby for your son or daughter to learn. It is one of the few hobbies that teaches history, science, art, and communication all under the guise of prestidigitation, illusion, and other shenanigans!



Magic Rabbit Craft Idea for a Magic Party PDF Print E-mail
User Rating: / 47
PoorBest 
Advice - Magic for Parents
By Gail Leino

Plenty of magicians have the classic trick of pulling a rabbit out of a hat, but you can create one at your magic party. This is a great craft for those magicians who are just starting out in their career field and don't yet have a live rabbit of their own!

Magic Rabbit

For this Magic party craft item you'll need the following supplies; any unwanted CD, white acrylic paint, black, white and pink felt, 1 large white pompom. 6 tiny pink pompoms and 1 small pink pompom, googly eye buttons, whiskers or black embroidery floss, craft glue and a magnet.

Begin your Magic bunny by tracing the CD onto the black felt. Next you'll paint the CD white and let it dry. Trace a round face, two paws, two feet and two ears onto the white felt. Remember these pieces will be attached to the CD, so keep relative size in mind. Cut out.

In the pink felt, cut out two pink pieces, smaller than the white ear shapes, and glue in place as the inner ears. From here you'll glue the ears to the back of the round circle for the magic rabbit's face. Then, glue the whiskers (black embroidery floss) to the sides of the face. Glue on the pink pompom for the nose. Add the eye buttons to the face.

Finally, glue the feet to the bottom of the CD and place the large white pompom between for the tail. Attach three of the tiny pink pompoms to the tips or the top ends of each of the feet to serve as toes. Glue the paws to the upper outside edges of the CD. Voila!

You've just completed a Magic Rabbit to pull out of the magician's hat at your party. You can also get some black felt to cut into the shape of a simple stovepipe hat for the magic rabbit. Make it small enough to place on the rabbit's head or have the rabbit holding in one of his paws.

Mrs. Party... Gail Leino takes a common sense approach to planning and organizing events, celebrations and holiday parties with unique ideas for Magic party supplies and fun Magic party games She explains proper etiquette and living a healthy life while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts. The Party Supplies Hut has lots of party ideas with hundreds of free holiday printable games and free birthday party activities. Over 100 adorable Themes including Magic Party Supplies to fit your birthday celebration, holiday event, or "just because" parties. Party themes include cartoon characters, sports, movie, TV shows, luau, western, holidays, and unique crazy fun theme ideas.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Gail_Leino
http://EzineArticles.com/?Magic-Rabbit-Craft-Idea-for-a-Magic-Party&id=1023130

 
Kids Magic Tricks Your Children Will Love PDF Print E-mail
User Rating: / 35
PoorBest 
Advice - Magic for Parents
By Natalee Val

Interesting in learning some kids magic tricks? They're easy to learn and do. If you're a magician who's just starting out, you may want to look into kids magic tricks. They don't need a lot of practice or preparation.

The Eggcup Trick, the Broken Pencil Trick, and the Vanishing Coin Trick are all part of magic kits that are easy to learn. Most of the kits include the items you'll need to perform the tricks.

Most kids magic tricks don't require too much time to prepare. Just as an example, you only need two matchboxes (one of them empty) and a rubber band to perform the Empty Matchbox trick.

The matchbox trick is easy. All you do is ask the audience how many matches they think are in the box. You shake it, and they hear the matches rattling. The trick is, you're holding the empty box while the full one is attached unseen to your arm; the audience hears the full one shaking.

The Wine into Water trick is another excellent kids magic trick. All you need is water, bleaching powder, and some red food coloring.

You will first pour water into a clear glass and mix in some red food dye. The water will now resemble wine.

Add some bleaching powder to a separate glass. Now, dump the red "wine" into the other glass. Like magic, it turns clear! That's the magic of bleach. But if there's going to be any kids around, there needs to be strict adult supervision. Bleach is a dangerous chemical.

What if you can't find a good magic kit? It's a simple matter to perform kids magic tricks by using common household items. After all, you only need a pencil if you're going to do the Rubber Pencil Trick.

You can make the pencil look rubbery if you hold it loosely near the tip and wobble it around. Kids love seeing these kinds of illusions.

Remember, kids magic tricks are fun not just for kids, but for adults too. If you're an adult who wants to pick up some magic tricks, it's a great idea to start trying the easy ones first.

When you can easily perform kids magic tricks for a crowd, you will be better prepared to try doing more complicated tricks for an audience.

Visit how to do magic for even more free magic tricks and magic card tricks to amaze your friends and family.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Natalee_Val
http://EzineArticles.com/?Kids-Magic-Tricks-Your-Children-Will-Love&id=927193

 
So Your Kid Wants To Do Magic Tricks At A Talent Show… PDF Print E-mail
User Rating: / 35
PoorBest 
Advice - Magic for Parents
I found a great article by Louie Fox that provides solid advice on preparing your child for an upcoming school talent show. The article provides 4 solid tips on how to get ready for an upcoming performance.
Read more...
 
« StartPrev12NextEnd »

Page 1 of 2

kapoof.com, Powered by Joomla! and designed by SiteGround web hosting