The table legs already had a hole for me to screw into, it just wasn't quite deep enough. I deepened the hole with the drill and screwed the feet in. So easy! I love it when my plans work out.
Then I wiped it with liquid deglosser and sprayed it with about ten coats of paint and clear coat. There really is a trick to spray painting, I think. If you paint too quickly, you get millions of tiny spots of paint which ends up looking matte, which is great if that's what you want, but I wanted it GLOSSY. If you paint too slowly, you get drips and pools. But at just the right speed there's enough wet paint in one place that it oozes together to make a uniform layer, and I think that's when the evenest, shiniest finish happens.
Lastly, I glued a seashell we brought back from the coast onto the drawer pull. It suits her.