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    I am looking for a wood cutter in Grand Rapids or Western Michigan to make a few detailed pine wood cut outs for some Christmas painting. They are table top size santas (designs by Pipka if you are familiar). I don't visit here often so please email me at
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    There's a woodworking store on 27th st I think it is. Check your yellow pages, I can't remember the name of it but they have a big class room and lots of scrollers. There's also a new woodcraft store that is on 28th st which can also hook you up with someone I'm sure.
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