Presto Magix was a series of dry-transfer picture sheets popular in the 1970s and 1980s. They were published by the American Publishing Company of Waterford, Connecticut.
Each Presto Magix set consisted of a full-color background picture and a sheet of characters and props, which a child could apply to the background by rubbing them with the point of a well-sharpened No. 2 pencil. Once a character or prop was placed on the background, however, it was there to stay.
Larger boxed game sets were available, in addition to the single packs.
The following Hanna-Barbera properties were licensed for Presto Magix:
- Presto Magix: Cartooning for the Artistically Declined at Retro Thing