I'd been thinking about this since we knocked up an aviary in the garden.
Put simply, one strand from fine aviary mesh is trimmed to the length of a lolly stick (which had the dges chamfered off) and hammered gently into place. I used a small cabinetmaking hammer for this. The base is then painted or flocked as required.
I did this first batch in white for use on well-to-do farmsteads; the next batch will be in a more rustic plain wood finish. I am not going to need that many of them as I doubt they will even afford soft cover let alone incur a movement penalty and are just there for a bit of eye-candy.