Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

By Ellis James - Thursday, December 5, 2019


Looking for a gift for the magician in your life, but not sure where to start? We got you covered. Here are our recommendations for the 2019 holiday season. Today, it's some ideas for stocking stuffers.

Socks

First on the list is the only socks you actually want to receive this holiday season. Socks, by Michael Huot, is an amazing mentalism piece that is sure to amaze and delight everyone who sees it. It is fun to perform and easy to do.

Difficulty: Beginner


Socks

Roughing Stick

The Roughing Stick is the gift that keeps on giving. With the Roughing Stick, you can create a multitude of different gimmicks and gaffs. When you rub the surface of the stick against a card, it will act as roughing fluid does, only better. One stick can create over 150 invisible decks!

Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate


Roughing Stick

TURN

Turn by Peter Pellikaan may be small, but it sure is mighty. TURN is just one of those tricks you have to see. So, stop what you're doing and watch the quick trailer--it's less than a minute long.

Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate


Turn

Level One

Level One by Christian Grace allows you to vanish a deck of cards slowly and visually until you are left with a single card (We recommend the spectator’s selection) The Level One gimmick is solid and has no flimsy moving pieces, meaning it will last a lifetime.

Difficulty: Intermediate


Level One

Sweetch

Sweetch by Gabriel Torres is a card to impossible location with an everyday object. Cleverly disguised into a pack of gum, this organic prop is precision made to ensure that all the hard switching work is done for you.

Difficulty: Intermediate


Sweetch


Reader comments:

jonathan

Monday, 09 December 2019 18:24 PM - Reply to this comment

Not to be a curmudgeon, but socks ARE the stockings, not the stocking stuffers.... buy socks, hang them up and put everything else inside ;)

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