Potion Bottles: I bought a bag of 50 teeny glass vials with round cork stoppers online. Filled them with colored play sand, printed out tiny labels that I worked up in Illustrator, and glued on the labels and the corks with Tacky Glue.
Food Packs: Again, designed the wrappers in Illustrator to look like grocery paper with grease stains and wrinkles. Wrapped them around a stack of 1-inch squares of chipboard/illustration board. Tied them up with string. No glue needed.
Coins, gems, and Treasure Chests: You can buy very cheap plastic coins, gems, and treasure chests online from various toy or novelty suppliers. We have the gems color coded (especially important since Dungeonteller gems can be consumed like scrolls to grant a minor buff or bonus). The treasure chests are tokens representing 50 gold coins each. On the way: water bottles, lantern oil, torches, arrows, and rope!
|Potion bottles and food packs|
|Closeup -- the food pack has grease stains|
|"The Bank" filled with coins, gems, and chests|