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Missing Card Puzzle


The Mystery of the Missing Carrot
by Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki

Based on Paul Curry's 1965 The Case of the Missing Hat, which was later turned into Leprechauns by Marcom and Emerson and West, Qua-Fiki has made a jumbo card version using his Bunny Business characters and theme. A volunteer from the audience helps you count the bunnies and the carrots to solve the mystery puzzle. Where does the carrot go? And more mysteriously, how does it find its way back? Made from cards that you print out on your computer using Qua-Fiki's templates or your own images if you prefer. Includes directions for making Qua-Fiki's NEW See-Thru Flap-Doodle Bag (its use is optional, but it makes a great combination and finale with this trick!) Professionally made sets of cards are available below and are described within the e-Book.

Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki's Mystery of the Missing Carrot from James Gerrish on Vimeo.

Professionally Made Jumbo Cards as shown in above photo and video are below.
No instructions come with the cards- everything you need to know is in the e-Book.

Video Coming Soon!

$20.00 Postpaid in the USA

$20.00 Postpaid in the USA

Mystery of the Missing Carrot - Unnamed Bunnies (shown in above photo)

Mystery of the Missing Carrot - Bob, Bobette, and all the little Boppities.

$25.00 Postpaid outside the USA

$25.00 Postpaid outside the USA

$3.00 Postpaid

A single Carrot Card used for making the gimmick found
in the vanishing card envelope as described in the e-Book.

$3.00 Postpaid

2 Extra Card Boxes used for making the Magic Card box
shown in the video and described in the Missing Carrot


e-Book ONLY



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