The different things I have done I did find on a random blog post but I now can't find the actual link, sadly, so I will update if I find it...
I firstly made a note of the different games:
Paint bags - IP doesn't seem to like painting but I read this idea (sorry I have no idea where I found said suggestion) of putting paint into a ziplock style bag.
Pots and pipe cleaners - can put pipe cleaners into the pots...
Colour wheel and pegs - match the pegs to the colour on the wheel.
Washing line with clothes - peg the clothes to the line
Stickers and card - IP loves stickers!
Toilet roll cut up with pipe cleaners - for threading. She normally puts her wrist through toilet rolls but hopefully ribbon and pipe cleaners will be better!
Pasta and thread - making a pasta necklace!
Hide & seek bag - list of items to find.
'Button' snake - the original had a button on the end of the ribbon but I'm not great with sewing so I super glued 2 shapes with ribbon in between and then cut a hole in the felt pieces to thread them onto the ribbon
Magnifier and pots - giant tweezers to move items between pots and a magnifying glass.
Shop bought puzzles - I saw a couple of things and decided to buy them.
Other bits- a few other random items.
We happened to be returning to the UK the week after I found this so I tried to source some of the materials whilst we were there. We already had various sizes of Ikea bags so I put the different items into the bags and then started working out what I needed to add. So I put the pegs into the bag, made a note I needed to find other pegs & to print the colour wheel.
Colour wheel & pegs:
Hide & Seek bag + list:
Pots to push things into, pipe cleaners & pom poms to push:
'Washing line' & clothes. I also added some pegs:
Pasta & thread:
Pipe cleaners & toilet rolls:
Stickers & card:
Magnifying glass, tweezers & pots with items:
Threads & card:
Shop bought puzzles:
I was planning that IP would see it for the first time when Munchkin was born but she's already managed to open it and play with a few things as I was compiling it. At least I know she likes them!