Rock Paper Scissors

Last week, Meredith mentioned one of our favorite places to grab a bite to eat in Wiscasset, and this week, I’m delighted to follow that post with quite possibly one of our favorite shops in the entire Midcoast region – Rock Paper Scissors (sorry, no website).

If you’re ever driving through, or staying in Wiscasset, and don’t take the time to get lost in this fantastic shop of cards, stationery, gifts, and just general awesome miscellany, you’re completely missing out. The collection of products that owner Erika Soule has curated is simply fantastic, and every nook and cranny of the shop is covered with it (she consolidated her other store, Smitten, into the space).  Every time we visit the shop, I see Mere’s eyes grow with each item we see, and this past visit, I made-out like a birthday bandit with an excellent Green Moss candle from Izola and a Lamy Scribble pencil.  We even added some matching, recycled glass wine glasses to our collection.  You’ll find everything you didn’t know you needed, and a cooler version of so many things you already have.  I challenge you to drop in and not find something you want to leave with.

Meredith and I are headed up the coast again soon, and I guarantee that we’ll be dropping in to both Rock Paper Scissors and Treats on our way – it’s become a Midcoast tradition.

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Contact Information - Rock Paper Scissors

68 Main Street
Wiscasset, Maine 04578
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12 comments on “Rock Paper Scissors

  1. This is one of my favorites too! So much inspiration and delight to be had in a visit.

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  2. You know I love Rock, Paper, Scissors! I’m proud to say that maybe I introduced you to it, Meredith? :)

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  3. Michelle:

    So glad you featured this fabulous store in my town!!!

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  4. Hello!! I would like to know how to purchase your striped straws and other party supplies to carry in my shop in Alabama. Do you have a website?

    Lisa Baker

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  5. David & Ilene Rapkin:

    We come to Maine once a year but no trip to Mid-Coast is complete without stopping at ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS. We are pen and paper lovers and we always find new delights on a table or shelf at RP&S. Our winter writing on this shop’s fine stationery and note cards always brings a positive response from our correspondents. We love this store and every year return home with a treasure trove of pens, paper, notebooks, wrapping paper and gifts we hope will last until our next visit.

    ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS is a must-stop no matter where you are headed.

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  7. Kit Munroe-Myers:

    This is the “ooh and ahh” store that we stop in several times a year. You really must check it out. Love the soft colors of merchandise and diverse selection of cards. Art supplies too!

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