The Dollar Tree has these 8-inch glass cutting boards right now.
Functional, but not very fun. I brought it home anyway and dug into my doily stash. You have one, right? You keep it with your felt scrap stash and your candlestick stash?? Right? Anyway, I also got out the old Mod Podge and a sponge brush too. From my sponge brush stash.
We're fitting the doily to the underside of the cheeseboard, so we'll need to flip it over. It's got some handy little rubber feet to protect your countertops, so that's nice. I used an X-Acto to trim the doily around the little rubber feet and then I was ready to Podge.
Usually, I thin my Mod Podge with a bit of water, but since I'll be wiping this cheeseboard with a damp cloth after each use, I want it to be good and watertight.
And here we are! A lovely little glass doily cheeseboard. Cute as a button and it cost one dollar. Don't get me wrong, my favorite projects are the ones that make the biggest impact, but c'mon! Who doesn't love a cheap, easy project from time to time?