more friendly craft storage 'bashing' here:
Some of the wires were kept for paint the others are cut out at various lengths using the metal cutter disc on a Rotary tool. The amount removed depended on what I wanted to store. I had some Lexan-type plastic leftover from another project which formed the shelves.
I used a piece of paper to make a template of the spaces that would be shelves. (even though they look even - there are small differences in the spacing of the wires. I used a jewelers saw to cut the Lexan-plastic to shape. The shelves were glued in with a clear 2-part epoxy
The removed wiring became the end-hooks which hold small packages and anything with a small handle.
Extra bonus was at the end when I realized that my pliers and cutters fit perfectly on the top rail!
Now to work on my table I just lift in on and everything is in reach!
I might add a few rails to hold items in if it becomes so heavy that it tilts when I lift it.
Cost: 5$ for the Paint Trolley on Craigslist aprox $4 worth of epoxy