Okay, why are Druid scrolls required to be non-Common? And why the specific potion "flavor" (yuck) text? As much as possible, I try to keep the "flavor" neutral.
I'm going to omit that part for now. The only other changes I've made to your changes (
) are revisions to Heat Metal which I thought of while reading the spell, and a toning down of Summon Animals III (reducing the top animal size category from 16 HD to 12 HD). I'm not sure I like 4d6 for the number of animals of 4 HD or less, but after beating the heck out of my calculator I can't find a die roll that I like better, so I left it.
The revised version will be on the Downloads page soon.
BTW, here's the original druid magic item creation text, so that others can comment on it. It's not bad, not at all, just not what I'm generally looking for.
Druids follow the rules for cleric for making spell scrolls; they cannot make non-spell scrolls. Scrolls created by Druids are almost never written in Common or any other demi-human language. Instead, they will usually be written in a language of faerie or some other unusual language. The Druid must know the language to use the spell.
Druids of 7th level and higher make potions as a Cleric. The resulting potions, while working just like potions made by Clerics, look very different. They are thick, sludgy, and gritty. All of their ingredients are made from naturally occurring items, predominately plant-based (though some may still be quite rare or expensive).
Druids of 9th level and higher may make the magic items listed here (plus any others that the GM feels are appropriate) as a Cleric.