A mini card silk, showing a six of clubs boldly against the black background.
No instructions, but you will figure out how to use this as an off-beat card revelation. I have a card selected (forcing the 6 of clubs) and after the spectator mixes it back into the deck, and then I bring out the black silk rolled up (so the card is not evident). Claiming I will find their card wearing a blindfold, I struggle to get the tiny silk around my head -- too small, of course. So then I just give up and flick open the silk, revealing the card.
Another idea that would be good: card is selected (the 6 of clubs), and you show a white silk and a black silk. You tuck them into your fist and they emerge from the other side, transformed into a single silk that depicts the chosen black-and-white card!
The deck in the picture is not included. Just there to show the scale of the silk and card image. Supposedly a nine-inch silk, but measures closer to eight inches. Don't worry; no one in your audience will measure it. :-)
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