Card to Phone Trilogy - Instant Download

Card to Phone Trilogy - Instant Download

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“Card to wallet is a classic of magic that’s rightly adored by magicians around the world. It’s astonishing magic that packs a visceral punch. But the world is changing. The number of people who carry traditional wallets is declining, and let’s face it; most women never did.”

It makes sense to be able to perform magic with items that you carry with you every day. With The Card to Phone Trilogy, you’ll always be ready to perform a miracle with your very own mobile phone!

The Card to Phone Trilogy includes:

• Three impromptu card to wallet style effects which use your own personal book-style phone case, no more expensive gimmicked wallets.

• Three easy to perform methods; no palming or complex sleight of hand techniques required.

• A brand new, easy to perform, and devilishly clever card folding technique that happens right under the spectator’s nose!

• Over 70 minutes of in-depth instruction and explanation.


The card is signed. Lost in the deck. Your phone case is opened and plainly shown on both sides. The spectator holds the phone and yet the card vanishes and reappears in their hands. The card can even reappear folded, depending on which of the three methods you prefer. Please note: for the effect to work, your book-style phone case requires a foldable back panel, a common feature which permits such cases to free stand when laid horizontally (see trailer).

If you want an affordable, impromptu, and easy to perform card to wallet style effect that’s suitable for both male and female magicians alike, look no further than The Card to Phone Trilogy.

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