The sink was a pretty simple build. The most difficult part was making sure the legs were as straight as they could be. Fiberboard collars pressed together from both sides of the metal basin helped secure them (at least long enough for me to take the photo).
There was one compromise I had to make. The illustration shows the side pieces for the faucets having five holes each. Those, plus the horizontal five-hole strip makes three needed for this toy equals one more strip than came with the set. I needed the length in the horizontal strip, so the side pieces are three-hole braces, rather than five.
If you look very carefully at the drawing, it appears as though there are supposed to be some braces under the sink. But that would have required two additional strips that I didn't have. And of course, the dowels representing the faucets are drawn at about half their actual length.
This is one of those times when the artistic vision differed greatly from the reality of the build.