Post-It Gone

Trick by Julio Montoro
$25.00 In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Post-It Gone

25.00 usd

Trick by Julio Montoro ($25.00)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
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Brought to you by Julio Montoro, "Post-It Gone" is an entertaining multi-phase routine with a surprise ending that is super easy to do and fun to perform!

It starts with the spectator selecting and signing a card that is then shown on the front and back before being lost in the deck.

You then write a prediction, which is revealed to say "Your Card". After a few laughs (and groans), you explain that the trick is not over yet. The sticky note is then removed and clearly placed on the back of the post-it pad where, with a quick shake, it then VANISHES right before their eyes.

You then spread the deck of cards on the table to reveal that one card has the "Your Card" Post-It note on the back. This card is then, of course, revealed to be their signed selection!

As you'll see in the trailer, this works great in person and can even be done over Zoom!

"Post-It Gone" comes with everything you need to perform, including 1 gimmicked post-it pad and 1 normal pad (for swapping in at the end if you wish), as well as a generous amount of extra vinyl gimmicks. You'll also gain access to online instructions with 2 different handlings.

NOTES FROM THE CREATOR: While "Post-It Gone" comes nearly ready to go out of the box, please watch the video first. There is one step where you'll need to quickly glue one extra sticky note before you begin. It takes seconds to do. This effect also uses standard 38mm x 51mm sticky notes that can be found at basically any stationary store.

 

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