Santa's List

Trick by Scott Green
$29.00 In stock.
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Santa's List

29.00 usd

Trick by Scott Green ($29.00)

In stock.
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Imagine if a child could pick a toy from Santa’s List and you could make that toy appear in a box, bag or even from Santa’s Sack! Sound impossible? Not if you perform Scott Green’s Santa’s List!

Each list is over three feet long, printed in red and green ink on glossy paper, so it’ll glisten like a Christmas tree ornament. You hold up the list and read a few of the toys’ names. Engaging a child helper, you snip the list with a scissor at a point she picks. She retrieves the fallen piece and, when she reads the toy’s name at the top, that very toy appears in a holiday gift box.

You can perform Santa’s List as a prediction, a coincidence effect or a magical appearance. So many possibilities! And every time you perform Santa’s List, a different toy can appear! There are dozens of choices including a doll, a bunny, a Rubik’s Cube, a coloring book and more.

  • List is examinable after the trick
  • Dozens of toys to choose from
  • Perform as a prediction or magical appearance
  • You get 50 lists for 50 performances
  • Combine it with a Square Circle, Change Bag, or any production box or bag to make it a appear magically.

Created by professional family magician, Scott Green, the list is designed so it can be performed either close up or on the stage. Included in the video instructions are suggestions for the Wiffle Bat surprise, the Appearing Gift Combo, and the Fake Out Coal in the gift box gag.

What’s Santa going to bring down the chimney this year? Your audience will find out when you perform Santa’s List.

 

Community questions about Santa's List

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  • 1.

    doug asks: So there are many different gifts to chose from and that could appear in the box. Is it up to the magician to have the capability of having each of these gifts so that it could be in the box? Or do the gifts come with the illusion?

    • 1. Scott answers: Hi Doug! You can choose which gift will be in the box at the end. You'll supply the gift yourself, but many of the gifts are things you're likely to have around anyway—like a Rubik's Cube, coloring book, magic kit, or even a bunny rabbit. (There are about 50 you can choose from in total.)
    • 2. Genii answers: Doug: From your question, it appears as though you might be misunderstanding the amount of preparation the magician needs to do. You'll be able to "control" which toy is selected. You don't need to have an assortment of toys on hand to cover whatever the spectator picks. Another option, instead of the actual toy, you can have a picture of that toy, or the printed name of that toy written on a paper inside an envelope. That's what I like about Santa's List. There are SO SO many possible presentations! Have a Ho Ho Happy Holiday.
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  • 2.

    Albert asks: Does this come with a supply of copies of the list? or instructions on how to make/print our own?

    • 1. Scott answers: You’ll receive enough materials for 50 performances, but due to the size of the list it wouldn’t be practical to make your own.
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  • 3.

    Rick asks: Is it a different gift 'selected' each time, or are we able to predict say, the rubik's cube, on each & every performance? Also, after I've used used up the 50 performances supplied, do I have to spend another $30. for refills?

    • 1. ken answers: Think of it as a hat tear or mouth coil. You will want to buy the refills. One, the rolls of paper are really long so it is not your typical copy paper. And you could force the same toy every show.
    • 2. Genii answers: Ken is right. But to clarify...you could have a different gift "selected" each time. Or, you could have the same gift selected every time. Your choice. Yes, you'll need to purchase refills at $30/50 lists. But, at 60 cents per performance, Santa's List is less expensive than Mouth Coils or Hat Tears.
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  • 4.

    Michael asks: How much are refills?

    • 1. AmazeKids responds: Refills are the same price.
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  • 5.

    Al asks: Hello, does this have to be "Santa's" list or can I use it throughout the year at other birthday parties?

    • 1. AmazeKids responds: You could certainly cut off the "Santa's Nice or Naughty List" at the top and it would then be a list of gifts.
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Customer reviews for Santa's List

ken

Really really great idea. Love routines that will entertain and FOOL all ages. Great job Scott!

 

Dorian

Bought it! Did it! LOVE IT! Will be doing it again, and again, and... well, you get the idea.

Now I am not one to purchase a trick and then turn around and do it the next day, but this was so well thought out I was able to do just that (not literally, it was few days...but I could have). Even the manner in which the list was ordered was deliberate, opening up the possible for even more fun outcomes. I can even do it again next year for the same clients with a completely different ending. Heck, I could do it again next week for the same client if I wanted. Winner, winner, chicken dinner!!!

Santa's List by Scott Green