Greetings! My little Cape Cod getaway was fun, delicious, and as scenic as a coffee table book on New England. Cottages, picket fences, and colorful leaves were everywhere!
Rose Brier Studio
If you are ever (in? on? at?) Cape Cod, be sure to make two special stops along Route 6A. We were heading west (back toward Rhode Island) so our first stop was to meet Marilee of Rose Brier Studio.
Here's Marilee and me (I'm having a naturally curly day) in her beautiful shop.
Marilee is excitedly preparing for Silver Bella, where she will be a first-time vendor.
Marilee's bright and pretty shop is filled with lovely vignettes of china, vintage notions, linens, and much more. It was so wonderful to meet her!
Back onto Route 6A, it was time to visit Vintage Lizzie.
I tell Lizzie that I want to be her intern ...
and ask if she'll be my mentor!
She is inspiring to me in so many ways (GUSH) and her shop is completely dreamy.
This inspiration board hangs behind her desk.
Lizzie doesn't like having her photo taken so I'll use this instead!
Couldn't resist purchasing one of Lizzie's sachets. I even bought a bag of romantic fabric scraps (now that I sew -- LOL!)
A peek at Lizzie's studio.
Just one more pic ... This was taken inside the barn/shop of the Hopkins House Bakery in Brewster. You just know a place is going to be cool when there is a bicycle with a basket -- entirely painted white -- in front of the shop.
Thank you to everyone who took my poll. Much appreciated!