Sometimes I get on a "kick." My most recent kick: spray painting. It's addictive.
I started with small items like a kids' step stool, picture frames, lamp shade, clip board for my command station, lamp and shade, and clothespins for kids' art display.
I painted the magazine rack, an outdoor wood chair, our dining room table, two bookshelves, and a cabinet.
And now I am done. For now. Well... until I notice something else that needs a little color, that is.
Here is some advice if you want to get trigger happy yourself:
Don't worry about sanding furniture first. You can use spray primer if you feel you need it, but most things turned out fine with just spray paint - no sanding, no priming. Only really high use things (like our table, which gets use three times a day) may need sanding, spraying, then a coat of polyurethane. But, all in all, much easier and quicker than painting furniture (and other things) the old-fashioned way.
My favorite spray paint colors are "Robin's Egg" from Michael's and "Avocado" from Lowe's. Michael's seems to have the best selection of colors, although their spray paint is a little more expensive than Lowe's. I have heard paint stores (like Sherwin Williams) have a good selection, too. Happy spraying!