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I don’t have a specific size for you, it just needs to be big enough to fit your jig saw blade in after drilling a few side-by-side. Once the center panels were cut, I touched up the edges with fresh paint.The raw edges will be covered, but the doors suffered a few minor bumps and bruises.
For this step I used the following tools: First I taped off the area to be cut. Then I used a drill and a small drill bit to drill a hole in the corner.Although I did mine a little differently in the end, I got my courage from Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia. I stopped in at a local glass company and the girl behind the counter wasn’t able to give me an exact quote (odd? Now I am certain it will not cost that much if you have it cut for you, but that was enough for me to seek out a DIY alternative.), so when I asked her to give me a rough idea, she said, “It shouldn’t be more than .” Gulp! This will work whether you choose to use real glass or plexiglass.The best I found was around 0 per cabinet for the size I needed as mine are pretty tall cabinets. From sewing to painting, reinventing to ripping down and rebuilding, with a little bit of craftiness sprinkled in between, I love a project!If you're visiting me for the first time, start with my DIY Project Gallery, found by clicking the tab next to 'Home'.