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DP SWITCHING ENVELOPE by Paul Romhany
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DP SWITCHING ENVELOPE by Paul Romhany

DP SWITCHING ENVELOPE by Paul Romhany

The original DP envelope was developed as part of Paul Romhany's Dream Prediction routine 15 years ago. Since then, he has created various envelopes and, two years ago, he released DREAM PREDICTION ELITE. His bestselling Dream Prediction was designed for walk-about performers. Part of that routine uses the DP Envelope.

The original envelope was completely re-designed by Paul and illusion designer, Mark Parker. It now allows for a variety of possibilities that no other envelope has done in the past. It has made switching and loading of objects VERY EASY.

1) SWITCH - you can switch playing cards, predictions, billets, coins, bills, etc. Show the window envelope with a playing card inside. Have a card chosen and signed, and it ends up INSIDE the envelope.

2) SWITCHING OPTIONS - due to its unique design, you can either pull OUT the prediction OR let it fall out - and the switch happens automatically.

3) FLAP - this is one of the most important parts of the DP Envelope. The item seen coming out ACTUALLY COMES OUT of the envelope -- not from underneath as in other switching envelopes! The DP ENVELOPE has been designed with the FLAP on the other side, allowing for the object to be seen coming from inside the envelope.

4) LOADING - easy method allowing you to load anything from playing cards to predictions INSIDE the envelope and you are then hands free.

Comes with:

Packet of 10 envelopes.

Download tutorial of various ideas on how to load, switch and use the DP SWITCHING ENVELOPE by Paul Romhany.


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