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11 tiny magic tricks to astonish kids ✨

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11 tiny magic tricks to astonish kids ✨

This email was part of the COVID-19 communications series. The aim of this series was to reassure and engage our customers by providing helpful advice and information during this difficult time. This email shows our customers how to create magic tricks at home to entertain children while they're cooped up indoors. To do this "all you need a is a plastic bottle, some old coins, and your best magician voice". The copy is beautifully written and the CTA is creative and engaging. The imagery shows the joy and excitement this home entertainment can bring to children.

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