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A skill saw,with a fine blade.
Hi Wendy! I have sent you a few links to give you some assistance on this project. I hope it works out for you very well! Good luck!
First make a pattern out of newspaper or old Christmas wrapping paper. Lay out over your work area and see if it will fit exactly! If so, then use your “pattern”, to cut out the center of your material. Remember, measure twice, cut once. 🎄
You will need a circular saw with a 40 tooth carbide blade. Apply painters tape to where you want to cut. Make your marks. Slowly cut along your lines. Do not force the cut. Let the saw do the work. The tape will prevent chipping and scratching the counter.
Thank you for your help.