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HiraseMagic
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Hello,

I have some sponge balls, sponge rabbits and sponge balls thru card...Since the effect is so good, I would like to buy some more...but I cannot find any new sponge items. Can you all recommend me some. Many many thanks.

Besides, can I ask someone to make some for me (but only one or two)?

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BroDavid
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Right now there is probably more good sponge material than ever before.

Sponge Bananas are fun. But complete routines are better because they allow performances rather than just the ability to do a few tricks.

Scott Guinn's PB&J is terrific and involves a couple of more items than just sponge balls which makes it play much bigger.

Michael Sibbernsen's Technicolor Sponge balls is very nice too, and provides color changes as well as typical sponge effects.

And there are a number of others out there.

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Check out Michael Ammar's 3D rabbits by Goshman. Sponge carrots are made. You might want to end a rountine with a sponge carrot to give to a sponge bunny. Sponge words are made, "Take My Word For It." "Go, Go, Gone" is a sponge trick. I've seen sponge pickles, hot dogs and stars. There is a trick that comes with a large #4. I love sponge tricks myself, they are my favorite.

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Dan Garrett has a great routine using sponge pickles
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As Dynamike says, there is a sponge trick where four small pieces of sponges join into a large number of "4". It is a creation of Ray Kosby. I learned it from one of his videos.

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I have a spongeball and vase. Works just like the classic ball and vase.

Also, Makame magic makes a small box that vanishes or produces a 2-inch sponge ball.
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Magicsmith.com sells sponge props. I ordered a sponge brick. They also sell sponge dog bones and bolders there pretty good for getting a laugh if you throw it to the audience
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You can find a lot of sponge goods in Goshman's products. Please refer "Magic by Gosh" in "Online Catalogue" Murphy's Magic Supplies.

http://www.murphysmagicsupplies.com/

My favorites are the Form Dove, Pips A Poppin' and "Heart to Heart" by Aldo Colombini

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Sponge balls are very fun to play with, and have a good effect with practice. I love working with them, and letting the other person do the magic.
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Oscar Munoz's routine with Viking's Sponge Doughnuts is hilarious. I will be picking up a couple of these real soon.
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MagicSmith has a lot. They have sponge bricks, jumbo balls, and even a gigantic tooth!

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Dear all,

I searched back "the first year archive" and found that there was once a topic discussing "sponge coin". Do any of you finally find this? Or we have to tailor-make one for ourselves?

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I have not made a coin, although I have made some sponge dice, with and without spots, to go with my sponge dalmation (Spot) that I also made. Dip him in water a little bit and he is "Bad Spot....!"
My girlfriend really likes the sponge work, and I actually made it for her... she has way too much fun with it!
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What about complaining of a stone in your shoe and pulling out a sponge rock? Smile
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I just got "Ladybugd" by Rod Spade. I really like them a lot, and everyone I have tested the effect on have really like them. You get 4 sponges that look like ladybugs. I ordered this effect because I do kids shows. My own kids love them.
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Dynamike
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Cardican,

Where do you buy sponge lady bugs?
Magicmike1949
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Try Jay Sankey's Earplugs. Makes alot of sense.
cardican66
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Quote:
On 2003-07-19 01:31, Dynamike wrote:
Cardican,

Where do you buy sponge lady bugs?


I ordered mine from Peter at magicproshop.com
He sells them for $8.95 a set, plus you get several routines and ideas booklet.
Regards,
LLoyd


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I like Jay Sankey's earplugs as well... They are practical and funny. Smile
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Is everyone too professional to mention the Ding Dong. Okay so I've only used it a couple of times, not with people I didn't know, but in the right crowd, at the right moment, it can bring down the house.
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