Welcome to our Magic Shop

Magically Yours DJs is not only a DJ company but we now sell high quality Magic Supplies!

  • Card Magic - Great Card Magic
  • Coin Magic - Coin Magic is an art form. Get into it and learn today!
  • Card Decks - Not all decks of cards are made the same. Have a look at what we carry!
  • Street/Close-up Magic - Close-up and Street Magic are my favorites. Make them yours too!
  • Books - Who reads anymore? We all should! Books are food for the mind.
  • Supplies - How's your supply of sponge balls, silks and more? Oh my!
  • Novelties - Novelty items, gag gifts and pranks are fun too, really!
  • Lessons - I love watching how to learn new effects. It's better than messing with paper directions.

Magic has been a passion of mine since I was 14 years old. I met with several magicians when I was younger including Zeezo the Clown, Keith Walker, David Copperfield, and others within the Society of American Magicians and the International Brotherhood of Magicians. I love entertaining and that's the impetus for starting Magically Yours DJs. To amaze, amuse and treat others with respect gives me joy. I hope that I can help you find your passion with magic through Magically Yours DJs.

Card Magic Overview

Card manipulation is the branch of magic that deals with creating effects using sleight of hand techniques involving playing cards. Card manipulation is often used in magical performances, especially in close-up, parlor, and street magic. This is how I learned.

Learn the following:

  • Lifts
  • False Deals
  • Side Slips
  • Passes
  • Palming
  • False Shuffles
  • False Cuts
  • Color Change
  • Crimps
  • Jogs
  • Peaks
  • Glides
  • Reverses

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Coin Magic Overview

Coin magic is the manipulating of coins to entertain audiences. Because coins are small, most coin tricks are considered close-up magic or table magic, as the audience must be close to the performer to see the effects.

Coin Magic Elements

  • Productions
  • Vanishes
  • Transformations
  • Transpositions
  • Teleportations
  • Penetrations
  • Restorations
  • Levitations
  • Mental magic
Some can be combined into a single or multiple routine(s).

Although some coin magic use gimmicks (e.g. modified coins or trick coins), such gimmicks usually do not entirely create the magical effect. Gimmicked coins are made by several major manufacturers, such as Sterling, Johnson, Sasco or Tango Magic.

Producing a memorable mystery requires significant skill in presenting the effect and utilizing misdirection to distract the audience from the secret of the gimmick. A performer who relies entirely on special equipment may not impress an audience.

Many people are more impressed by an effect which depends (or seems to depend) entirely on skillful manipulation and misdirection than by an effect which appears to depend to some extent on specially made props.

A performer who has mastered the basic skills can nonetheless use gimmicks to powerful effect without it being obvious to the audience. Some prefer not to use gimmicks at all, though most well-known coin magicians do use simple coin gimmicks.

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Card Decks

We have decks of all kinds, including the Bicycle Elite Decks which are smooth as silk for fanning, no fanning powder needed. Specialty decks including:

  • Elite
  • Mnemonica
  • Svengali
  • Constellation
  • Fireworks
  • Bicycle Caterpillar
  • WTF Blades Spelling
  • Stripper
  • Rainbow
  • Bicycle Las Vegas
  • Leaf
  • Stronghold
  • Glides
  • Mosaic
  • And many more!

Get a deck for any occasion that will suit your every need!

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Street and Close-up Magic

Close-up magic (also known as table magic or micromagic) is magic performed in an intimate setting usually no more than 3 meters (10 feet) from one's audience and is usually performed while sitting at a table.

Card flourishes are an example of skill rather than of illusion or deceit. It is the equivalent of juggling to a juggler.[3] The two principal forms of 'micromagic' are card tricks and coin tricks but any small item can be used for sleight-of-hand performances including dice, bottle caps, sugar cubes, sponge balls, pebbles, pens and cups and balls. It is not uncommon for 'micromagicians' to combine several of these objects in a single trick.

Source: Wikipedia

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Keeping your basic supplies is vital to peforming great shows. Why? As you use your magic, it becomes worn, broken and you need to replace it/them.

You need to keep a good supply of sponge balls, silks, loops, replacement gimmicks, etc. We here are Magically Yours have an endless supply of the things you need to perform the great magic your audience expects.

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Some great books that I highly recommend:

  • Tarbell Course in Magic - Harlan Tarbell
  • Magician's Nightly - Eddie Fetcher
  • Lake Tahoe Card Magic - Louis Falanga
  • Magic for Dummies - David Pogue
  • Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic
  • Now You See It, Now You Don't - Bill Tarr
  • The Encyclopedia of Playing Card Flourishes - Gerald P. Cestkowski
  • Abbott's Encyclopedia of Rope Tricks for Magicians Vol 1 & 2 - Stewart James
  • The Royal Road to Card Magic
  • Joshua Jay's Amazing Book of Cards
  • Close-up Card Magic - Harry Lorayne
  • The Secrets of Brother Hamman - Richard Kaufman
  • Amateur Magicians Handbook - Henry Hay
  • The Art of Magic and Sleight of Hand - Nicholas Einhorn
  • Self-working Card Tricks Karl Fulves
  • Modern Magic - Jean Hugard
  • The Complete Cups and Balls - Michael Ammar

and the list goes on!

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Besides books and other pamphlets, video learning is the new and most interesting way to go. As magic and magicians have evolved, we as humans evolve our learning and we actually do much better with seeing and doing rather than reading and doing, in my honest opinion when it comes to magic.

The way I learned was that I purchased a magic trick, have the effect and read a xeroxed copy of the directions with really bad illustrations which just made the entire process difficult and disappointing.

When I attended magic conventions or symposiums, I met magicians and they taught us how to perform their tricks. That for me was a game-changer. I could actually see the moves, understand its complexities and nuances and then I was able to recall that much faster.

Today, we have videos of effects being performed and then when you purchase the effect, you are then taught how to perform it either by the magician him/herself or by another person(s). This method gives a much more clearer understanding of the effect and allows you to learn and master it that much quicker.

Some great videos that I highly recommend:

  • The Exciting World of Magic - Michael Ammar
  • Privates Studies Series - Ron Bauer and others
  • The complete Cups and Balls Volume 1 - Michael Ammar
  • Rice's Encyclopedia of Silk Magic
  • Amazing Magic & Mentalism Anyone Can Do - Jay Sankey
  • Beginners Course of Magic - Lance Burton
  • Magic On Stage - Jeff McBride
  • Johnny Thompson Commercial Classics of Magic - Johnny Thompson
  • Best Ever - Harry Lorayne
  • Paul Harris
  • Max Maven
  • Patrick Page
  • Jay Sankey
  • Greg Wilson
  • Greg Wilson
  • Harry Anderson
  • Also, don't discount YouTube

I've collected a bunch of great YouTube courses which really hit the high mark for me.

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