Well here she is, all painted up like trash!
Speaking of that place, I lined the bottom of the drawers with some pretty vinyl liner from there for $3/roll:
Despite me adding more then I thought was necessary of a paint conditioner (mine was Dynamic "DynaFlo Extender") there are still lots of brush strokes. I don't really mind, it gives it a homey touch. I've already had to do a few touch-ups too, just from bringing it in and you can definitely see grubby fingerprints. I've accepted that it's for a 3 year old and it's going to get beat up, so once she has "welcomed" it I'll probably scuff it up a bit more and seal it so the paint doesn't peel too far.
Here you can see the paint brush strokes (and a crack I decided not to fill):
P.S. It's a good idea to mark the insides or underneath of your drawers indicating which order they go in. Most older dressers wont fit back together properly if they're out of order. I labeled mine 1-5 from top to bottom.
I hope you enjoyed this little series on Ella's dresser transformation!
And please get that Crybaby movie reference at the very beginning...