The promising and extraordinary properties of graphene has attracted significant interest from many researchers especially in various electronic applications. The main aim of this work is to develop graphene-based ink with excellent stability and electrical properties for flexible electronics. Graphene foam (GF) was synthesised by using solvothermal method. GF exhibited multi layers of graphene, good in-plane crystallite quality, a low carbon impurity and relatively low sodium carbonate content. GF was further dispersed into various types of solvents. Results showed that GF dispersed in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMF) and N-methylpyrrolidone (NMP) exhibited good stability. However, these solvents suffer from highly toxic which may damage fertility or the unborn child (hazard code = H360). Besides that, GF dispersed in distilled water with an addition of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) as a surfactant presented good stability as compared to GF ink without surfactant and can be further used as the conductive ink for printable electronics.