Remember, this isn't always to your advantage. Some effects (e.g. Dark Embrace or Dead Branch) reward you for exhausting your cards and won't function if this saves them. Other cards (e.g. Shivs, Daze, and Clumsy) you'll want to exhaust rather than having them remain to clutter your deck.
Because Apparitions normally exhaust when played and are incredibly powerful, it may be worthwhile to invest in buying a Strange Spoon if you have them, or in taking the Apparitions if you have Strange Spoon already. Doing so will likely strengthen your deck greatly.
This relic's flavor text references a popular stage magic called spoon bending.
The practice itself was popularized by the magician Uri Geller, and has been tied to psychokinetic or paranormal ability. It has been references in popular culture many time, such as a scene in The Matrix, when a young boy bends a spoon to demonstrate the unreality of a computer simulation, and an evolutionary line of a Psychic-type PokémonAbra, namely Kadabra and Alakazam, which are said to utilize spoons to amplify thier psychokinetic capabilities.