A ribbon spread is one of the most recognizable flourishes in card making. It adds a touch of presentational flair and a touch of magic to your cards. Jason Suran shows us how to do it in a simple video tutorial. To begin, set a pile of cards on a table. Then, spread the ribbons on each card horizontally. Repeat on the next set of cards. Repeat until all cards are evenly spread.
After deciding which cards to use, the spectator must place them on the table above the face-up cards or next to mates. The spectator must guess correctly where the cards are placed to reveal a hidden effect. If the spectator guesses correctly, the card must be placed above the face-up cards and adjacent to the mates. This card spread is the easiest to perform – just follow these simple steps. However, the preparation process is crucial, and you will benefit from a faster and more accurate card spread by carefully calculating the cards’ values.