Buddha Board

Original Zen Drawing Board Case of 10

Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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7/20/2020 by Carol

Bought for a granddaughter with skills. I think she enjoyed it.


Great gift

7/25/2018 by Lynn

Bought as gift. Son loved it.



1/21/2018 by Peggy

Gift for adult Grandson, and he thought it was "Cool".


It's a big hit

12/18/2017 by Jennifer

I put it on my desk at work, and everyone loves to try it, and asks where they can get one!!!


The gift that keeps on giving.

8/27/2017 by Mary

The Buddah Board made it possible for an Artist, who can no longer paint due to ALS, to paint again. It was truly the gift that keeps on giving.


great relaxer

1/13/2017 by Ruth

gave as Christmas gift...great relaxer for stressed teen


A gift

12/16/2016 by Jennifer

My friend, an artist, greatly appreciated the Buddha Board!



2/22/2016 by Dianne

Purchased for my grandkids, and they love it



12/2/2015 by Anne

Love this board! It's great for practicing my brushwork before I decorate pottery. It's also an excellent distraction at my desk - I can take a moment to be in a creative zone without pulling out materials and cleaning up afterwards.



10/13/2015 by Natalie

Great product. Use it to put me in a zenith mood

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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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