In this one, a yellow plume changes to red as it is pushed through a rolled up piece of paper. The kids think there is still a plume in the paper, and when you finally pull it out, it is a multi-color bouquet.
The plume and gimmick does all the work, so use any paper tube.
This is not a bad effect, but I guess I just have a thing against feather flower plumes... To me, they look more like feather dusters, rather than flowers, so I use mine that way for my kidshows. I bring out the yellow "feather duster", do a little dusting (which the kids think is funny), and then I change its color to red. That's why I call this the Color changing Feather duster trick. (and of course, there's the sucker ending with the multi-colored feather duster...er, I mean bouquet.
The dusters, er... I mean, Plumes, are about 7 inches long, so a bit small for larger stage, but great for living room shows
Brand new and unused, with instruction.
NOTE: the instructions teach you how to change the yellow plume to a multi-color plume, and then have a red plume. But I think the multi-color ending is more impactful. You will see how to re-arrange for that after you get the plumes and instructions.