Create truly unique masterpieces with the range of alcohol inks at Art to Art. Mix and layer to create striking colours and impressive marbling effects. Ideal for stamping, card making, jewellery making, fabric dying, paintings and more! Choose from popular brands, including Copic, Couture Creations and Pinata. Shop alcohol inks online at Art to Art and get free shipping when you spend over $100.
Art to Art offers a range of vibrant alcohol ink colours for your creations. Great for use on porous surfaces like resin, yupo paper, plastic, glass, metal, tiles, fabric and more! Alcohol inks are a favourite amongst artists as they are acid-free, highly pigmented and fast drying.
Whether you’re a beginner or professional, our easy-to-use alcohol based inks are perfect for stamping, card making, jewellery making, paintings, fabric dying and more! So, no matter what creative vision you have in mind, the possibilities with our alcohol inks are endless.
Experiment with artist inks at Art to Art and create unique patterns today! Get free shipping when you spend over $100 and same-day dispatch. Plus, you can buy now and pay later with Afterpay. Be sure to check out our other art supplies, including art paper, acrylic ink and mediums.
What can you use alcohol ink for?
Alcohol ink can be used for a range of creative purposes! Some popular uses include:
Dying household objects
Are alcohol inks permanent?
Alcohol art inks are highly pigmented in colour, fluid, waterproof and fast-drying. They are generally permanent once dry. However, if left unprotected in direct sunlight, they can fade overtime. We recommend sealing your creation with a varnish.
Is acrylic ink and alcohol ink the same?
Acrylic ink and alcohol ink are often confused as they look very similar. However, there are benefits to each.
Acrylic inks are a fluid version of acrylic paint. They are pigment based, light fast and permanent once dry. They cannot be re-worked once applied to a surface. Many artists love using this for the acrylic pouring technique. It is often used on surfaces like canvas, watercolour paper sheets, ceramic tile and wood panels.
Alcohol ink is popular for its luminous colour on a range of surfaces like metals, yupo paper, resin, wood, fabric, glass and more. They tend to dry quickly, although can be re-worked a few times. They are great for layering and creating a variety of marbling and unique blending effects.