Adding the participation in a weekly artisan market to my schedule has been keeping me out of trouble. It forces me to create new goodies (to replenish what sells), and has taught me to use my crafting time during the week wisely.
Post-it notepads are pretty popular - these are 3x3 inches square with a mini-gel pen. Pattern can be found in this post.
I recycle my strip scraps (and extra pages from October Afternoon's Flashcard Books) - notch one end, adhere vertically and randomly to a horizontal, narrow (one inch wide typically) scrap of cardstock that is slightly shorter than the width of the bag. Run unit through sewing machine. Adhere unit to bag. These bags with handles are for multiple card purchases (I wrap purchases in tissue paper first, then insert into bag) or larger items. Bags are roughly 8x10 inches.
These bags are non-gusseted, and about 6x10 inches - for single card purchases. It's a great way to get rid of scraps quickly and effectively, and customers absolutely love and rave about them. Hope you're having a great week!