Hi there kbenn and thanks for posting your question here.
I'm In 100% agreement with the other members, big mistake. In addition to the explicit drawing BD posted, do take a look at the additional links posted in this thread.
I have two cats that are declawed because they were rescued declawed. It's not something I'd ever do. One of the cats is a little too mouthy (bites too easily) . And I've personally known 2 other declawed cats that are even more mouthy than my own cat. Like everyone else is saying, cats develop bad behaviours DUE to the declaw.
So for cat's sake
please don't do it