The process is simple. Well ahead of the party, paint a smudge of food coloring (I like Americolor gel food colorings) on the bottom of each cup and let dry.
At the party, fill a cup with some ice (to cover the smudge of food coloring) and place it in a child's outstretched hands. Show them how to hold their hands out on front of themselves.
It feels strange and mystical, and is the perfect misdirection to prevent them from having any chance of seeing the food coloring on the bottom of the cup. I suppose you could use an opaque cup, but then the end result wouldn't be nearly as dramatic.
Have the child concentrate on her future, then add the clear liquid.
The Sprite activates the food coloring at the bottom of the cup, and like magic, the girl's future is revealed!
This could be adapted for a fun April Fool's day party, a magic party, a fairy party, or anything where you want to add a little bit of fun and surprise.
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