With your available tools and your statement of being a newbie, I think the method with the most likelyhood of success for you and your wife is to purchase unfinished doors from one of the many sites and paint them yourself.
Here is one site.
If I had your selection of tools, I would not want to take on making even one cabinet door. Can be done, but be prepared to have some frustration when the cuts do not line up, etc.
If I were to try my hand at making cabinet doors, I would want a good table saw, or Mitre saw, router table and drill press.
If you intend to paint, maple would be an expensive material. I would use poplar. Lighter, so easier for the hinges.
I am not sure what you mean by "pressed maple". New term for me.
The cabinet doors I have seen were all glued.
You will need a special Forstner style drill for the Euro hinges. Buy the hinges first, and then you will know the diameter of the drill to buy. The hinges are likely to need a metric diameter drill. The hole needs to be a good fit, so do not want gaps. Also find a friend with a drill press. You want the holes to be 90 deg to the frame or can have some issues in getting them to close properly.
Installing the Euro style hinges will be easier with a special template.
Rockler sells these, and has a decent web page of useful tips.