Hi, Sarah(?); perhaps you could fill out your profile...
It's difficult to make suggestions for folks, not knowing their level of experience or what tools they have to work with.
Assuming it's only the TS that you're asking about, and that you have some shop experience, the projects basically breakdown into casework...bookcases, cupboards, etc., hardwood objects like cutting boards, chessboards, small boxes (jewellery, urns, coffee mills, etc) or utility projects like wine racks, tables, furniture (beds, stools, etc.).
My own motivation usually flows from a need for something rather than a random idea, but that's just me.
I think having a need and a budget makes the decision making process somewhat more clear.
Sometimes using common lumber, 1x4 Spruce/Pine/Fir makes way more sense than splurging on Maple or similar.
A LOT of us really dislike working with Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) mostly because it's brutally dusty to work with, and frankly, not very attractive; but again, to each their own.
The whole Table saw experience is a huge topic and a long learning curve. The primary focus at this point is to learn what's safe and what isn't!
There are a lot of great You Tube vids BUT there are also some really dangerous suggestions; the trick is to spot the bad ones, before you get hurt.
If you're just getting started, please use your bladeguard and anti kickback pawls whenever possible.
Also make yourself some basic pushsticks.
I'll try and get a moment to take a picture of my handsaw handle style pushstick; it both pushes and stops your material from rising up.
Please, please, please take TS safety SERIOUSLY!