Buddha Board - Winner - Gold Seal of Excellence

Updated: Oct 3



We are proud to issue our Best Ever You Gold Seal of Excellence to Buddha Board


We received all three sizes to test and highly recommend all. "Absolutely peaceful! Perfect for all ages. No mess." - Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, CEO of The Best Ever You Network


This is the biggest version of the Buddha Board. This is the original Buddha Board. It's $34.95 and can be purchased


Imagine an Etch-a-Sketch, but with water! No ink. No Paint. No chemicals. You simply paint on the surface with water and your creation will come to life in bold design. Then as the water slowly evaporates, your art will magically disappear leaving you with a brand new canvas each time.


Next is the Enso version. It is $24.95 and can be purchased here: ENSO Buddha Board



Our youngest son who is a junior in college, grabbed the Mini Buddha Board and it is on his desk. It's $14.95 here: Mini Buddha Board




We received all three to test and highly recommend all.


Buddha Board is based in Vancouver, BC Canada and was founded in 2000. Buddha Board is inspired by the Zen idea of living in the moment. Simply ‘paint’ on the surface with water and your creation will come to life in bold design. Then, as the water slowly evaporates, your art will magically disappear leaving you with a clean slate and a clear mind, ready to create a whole new masterpiece. Buddha Board is environmentally friendly as it only uses water - no ink, no paint, no chemicals - and it will last for years with proper care.

Master the art of letting go, live for the moment and enjoy!


To use: All the components are included in your Original Buddha Board set. The semi-transparent sheet is meant to go under your water tray if you expect potential water dripping (as with children sometimes). You may place the board in landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) position in the square notches of the tray. The curved notches in front of those are meant to hold your brush. Fill your tray with ½ inch of water only. Dip your paintbrush in the water and create! If water drips and pools along the lower edge, don’t forget to gently dab the excess with a clean cloth. Do not over-saturate the board (with brush stokes) and absolutely do not dip the board in water.


Visit https://buddhaboard.com/ for more information and great sounds to listen to while using your Buddha Board. ENJOY!!