Invisible ink is used when you want only certain people to see what you wrote. The message can only be revealed by secret ways only the recipient/recipients knows. Children love using invisible ink, especially when they don't want their siblings or parents seeing their message.
There are a lot of ways to make invisible ink from ingredients at home, for example, from baking soda. To make this you will need to mix 1/4 cup of baking soda with 1/4 cup of water. Then dip a Q-tip in the solution and write your secret message on a piece of paper. Let it dry. To reveal the message, ask the recipient to paint grape juice concentrate across the paper with the message using a paint brush. The message will be revealed because the acid in it reacts with the baking soda.
How to Make Invisible Ink - If you think pesky spies are afoot and don't want them reading your letters or grocery lists, it's easy to make invisible ink. Once the ink is dry, your message will look like an ordinary blank piece of paper. Only those who know how to reveal the message will see it. Follow these steps for three different methods for making invisible ink.
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Homemade Invisible Ink for Kids - Easy craft for kids--how to make homemade invisible ink.
Homemade Invisible Ink for Kids - You can write clever messages and have a lot of fun using a secret ink that only you and your friends know how to make visible.
How to Make Invisible Ink An interesting craft to play with.
How to Make Invisible Ink - The students in grades four - six will learn how to make two types of invisible ink and write a message with each type of ink. The students will write a paper comparing and contrasting each type of ink.
How to Make Invisible Ink with Baking Soda - Easy instructions for making non-toxic invisible ink using nothing more than water and baking soda.
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Invisible Ink - I found invisible ink to be one of the more fun projects to play with. If you are not familiar with it, invisible ink revolves around writing with a liquid which does not leave a visible mark, then treating the paper later to reveal the writing.
Invisible Ink - Be a real spy with a real invisible ink!
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Invisible ink - In modern times, inks containing special properties are used and require viewing under ultraviolet (UV) light to see the message.
Invisible Ink - How can we make a picture appear on a piece of white paper?
Invisible Ink Father's Day Card - Does your dad like jokes? How about magic or science? Make a fun Father's Day card using "invisible ink" from ingredients you already have in your kitchen.
Invisible Ink Recipe - Easy recipe to make an interesting craft.
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Invisible Ink Recipe - Make invisible ink with this invisible ink recipe.
Invisible Writing - Mom and Dad need to help you with this one.
Make Invisible Ink - Make invisible ink using lemon juice.
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Make Invisible Ink - Baking Soda - These are instructions for making non-toxic invisible ink using baking soda.
Make Invisible Ink - Corn Starch - The writing for this invisible ink technique is done using corn starch. An iodine solution is used to reveal the writing.
Make Your Own Invisible Ink - You can make a lot of jokes with this craft.
Make your own ... invisible ink! - Lucky for you, invisible ink isn't high-tech, classified equipment-in fact, you can make it with just a few ingredients you probably have in your own home. Make sure your friends know how to crack the code before you start!
Making Invisible Ink- Learn how to make invisible ink.
Recipes for invisible ink - Kids love secrets, especially ones they're in on. That's what makes invisible ink so much fun. Here are a couple of recipes for invisible ink, but remember, the ones which require the use of candles definitely needs adult supervision.