If you haven't tried decoupaging yet, or even if you have, there are so many projects that can be done that are quick and easy. It's a great way to update or give things a new look. I found these great free printables from Graphics Fairy. She has tons of transfers and some of them are in the reverse so they can be used on furniture, fabric or pretty much anything else. I also discovered a new technique, which is what I did on this stool. First, I painted the stool white to go with my french country kitchen, let that dry, then printed a reverse image on regular copy paper from my home printer. I used a foam brush and spread my Mod Podge on the printed side of the paper, then placed it on the stool where I wanted it. It should dry overnight...but I'm not that patient, so I gave it about 4-5 hours until it was dry, then used a damp sponge to wet the paper until I could see the letters through it. I used my finger and rubbed over the image, gently removing the paper. What was left is what you see, then I lightly sanded the top to remove any excess paper and used a furniture wax to seal it, you could also just apply another coat of Mod Podge. Let us know what projects you are working on!