Guess what, pretty chicken wire is somewhat hard to find. I went on the lookout and ended up getting impatient so opted from some gardening fence in a grid from the hardware store. Since I wanted a sort of artistic feel to the "piece" I used some of the netting from some of the bird traps that I bought from Brimfield as well. Harder to work with than I thought, I wouldn't do it again haha... but so I was able to come to an end result that I was pretty pleased with and actually functions as a decent jewelry holder.
Things I used: Older Picture Frame (cleaned), Gardening Fencing, Strong Industrial Stapler/Staples, Wire Cutters, Old Bird Netting (cleaned)
I started with the bird netting from the strange bird traps that I encountered at the flea market. Plainly put, they were a pain in the ass to take apart and to put back together on the frame. In total, I took apart 4 of these nets and somehow managed to put them back together for an effect. Where there is a will there is a way but please make note that the little pieces of what appears to be wire are, in fact, actually little pieces of wire. Not my finest idea but when I am determined, it is hard to stop me! I used a light glue to keep the netting place because I knew I would be using staples later on for the garden fencing. No use in over stapling, since I wasn't 100% sure how well the frame was going to hold up.
What do you think? I was pretty proud because dude, it's super functional.