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Poof-Daddy
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I found a giant gold foil wrapped Kennedy Half (1 lb Belgian chocolate) for $12.99 that might make a pretty cool final load. (If frozen and kept right). It was at a Cracker Barrel.

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The 99 cent stores has a bunch if these for..... 99 cents. They've been in stock for months.

You can buy normal metal wrapped dollar size coins and do a gazillion routines.

First, the obvious. Make a shell with nothing in it and a shell is crushed then reappears. (Similar to salt shaker through table. But maybe through a valentines candy box.
Carefully peal the top off one then make a shell from that. Reinforce it with a lightly viscous epoxy and now you can do shell routines.
Remove the coin, replace it with epoxy and mske a die box. When the coin reappears then you open it and take a bite.
Using small coins in a dove pan, the large becomes many small (because circles you share)'
Doing a hundred different routines with dollar size coins then the climax is a transformation or appearance of the large one.
Punch a hole in the large one and do Checker x
Do a misers dream then produce several dollar size coins on a string. You can easily hide a large coin and produce it similar to a cannon ball production or even using a silk or a devils hank.
Take aluminum foil and wrap half of one in silver, now you have a giant Chinatown half
Alter a valentine day candy heart box into a flap box for the conclusion to that misers dream.


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