This New Coloring Book from Laurel Mercantile Co. Features Erin Napier's 'Home Town' Sketches

Put your own spin on Erin and Ben’s stunning renovations.

Whether you prefer colored pencils, crayons, or markers, Home Town fans of all ages are guaranteed to love Laurel Mercantile Co.'s latest creation.

Color your way through Laurel, Mississippi, with Erin's Sketchbook Coloring Book. Boasting Erin Napier's quirky original sketches, this 50-page coloring book lets viewers put their own touch on the properties featured on the hit HGTV show.

Erin Napier Home Town Coloring Book

Laurel Mercantile Co.

From charming craftsman cottages, to bungalows and ranches, you'll recognize all the homes that got the makeover of a lifetime over the course of Home Town's last four seasons. Bonus: Each illustration includes the name of the home so you can revisit the episode as you bring it to life on the page.

Erin Napier Coloring Book Illustration
Laurel Mercantile Co.

"A coloring book that can be a great stress relief for the ones who need it most and the perfect outlet for our tiny designers!" the store announced on Instagram. "We simplified the #HGTVHomeTown house portraits and we are loving the outcome."

Little Helen's new favorite coloring book also happens to include the Kollar House from season three, which recently hit the market for $229,000.

Erin's Sketchbook Coloring Book is available online and in-store for $15.99. While it's currently out of stock, the Laurel Mercantile team tells Southern Living that more are on their way. In the meantime, we recommend signing up to be notified by email when they're back in stock.

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The coloring book, like the rest of the goods sold in her and hubby Ben's stores, was proudly printed in the U.S.

"We have chosen to support American manufacturing by featuring products made here in the USA because if we're going to be serious about revitalizing small town America, we have to be serious about making things here to keep our hometowns strong," Erin explained back in July.

Happy coloring, y'all!

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