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Buddha Board

Original Zen Drawing Board Case of 10

Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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Budda Board

8/1/2013 by Dawn

Love my Budda Board! Had to purchase one for my granddaughter also... No one can pass the board by without stopping and!


Gentle, Absorbing Pleasures

6/8/2013 by Leslie

As described, the ephemeral nature of these creations of one's own hand, spirit, and mind, are all the transporter one needs to leave all behind, and lose oneself in the moment! I've always loved to draw, but this is different - self-expression, no goals, just expression - Be as playful, silly, as comical as you wish ... or concentrate on the simple beauty/ies of each stroke as you make it - This, the Buddha Board, more than can be described! To Relax, even to clear ones' mind, to lead to better concentration - This is Terrific! If I still worked in a/my [STRESSFUL!] office, I'd have one with me, on my desk, for "clearing and recharging", even to increase subsequent creativity and concentration.

Amazingly simply, amazingly versatile!



6/6/2014 by Teri

A most interesting product. Will be good for budding artists and also young children.



3/3/2014 by Philip

I like it...and u will 2 ...


wonderful gift

2/16/2014 by linda

i thought it would be a wonderfull gift and i was right! the recipient Loves the fresh new day even more with a brand new drawing every day! Thank you to the inventor !


Buddah Board is great!

1/11/2014 by Jan

I love it. I can't walk by it without writing or drawing something on it. Everyone who comes in my house wants to express something on it. It's so unique.


art for everyone

1/9/2014 by kathleen

clever for sure. gives everyone a chance to be creative.
just a few minutes to shift gears to end a busy day or to get one underway.


It's delicate but we love it

1/5/2014 by Allison

This is really neat in concept, the only complaint is that the board is super delicate. It came with a small darkened area on the board out of the box and you have to change the water daily and have to be really careful as to what touches the board because it can stain. So in other much as my kids really really love this thing, they are only allowed to use with very close supervision. This was a gift for my husband who is easily frustrated with many aspects of his job - he uses to help keep work at work and relieve some stress and it does work well for him. It works as advertised, just not really a great thing for little ones.


Neat item

11/4/2013 by Darren

I thought this made a neat "zen" gift for my partner. Item came as described with instructions. The image dries very quickly, but it's a great gift for those who want to get a little more creative. Would purchase again.


A good gift to me!

10/21/2013 by Diawana

I've had my "Budda Board" about 2 weeks. It is addictive! I have it sitting on a desk in the living room and every time I pass by I write what's on my mind. It's cathartic. I live alone so I say whatever. I just wish it didn't fade so quick.

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The Buddha Board Story

Buddha Board - Zen Drawing Board

Create, Reflect, Relax

It can be hard to live in the moment when we’re always juggling tasks, scheduling activities, and playing catch-up. The Buddha Board lets you slow down, let go, and savor the enjoyment of creating.

The inventor is Eric Thrall, who envisioned a way to help people embrace the Zen concept of mindfulness. His drawing board is both a meditative product and a doodling tool. When you paint on the Buddha Board surface with water, the image darkens. As the water evaporates, the artwork slowly fades. What’s left is a blank slate—literally and figuratively. When the water disappears, so do the feelings
and emotions that went into the artwork, leaving the artist with a clear mind, Eric says.

Learning to appreciate change and to value the present is important for all ages. The Buddha Board is a great tool for unleashing creativity without worrying about perfection or permanence. You can create artwork or simply doodle or practice brush strokes. The art may be fleeting, but the enjoyment lingers.
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