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i'M new to this forum and although I have read a lot of post I have not posted. I built my wife a set of flower boxes for christmass now it's time to get out the scrap wood and try to rite script on them. I was wondering what router bit would work the best ?
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I havn't done this since high scholl many a moon ago
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u no A scholar once said everyone likes a Little a** but no one likes a wise a** merry Christmas just a joke
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For a round bottom, you could use this one.






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THE round over bit looks like it would work for the flowers in the corners also thanks
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