Multi-purpose holder from kitchen whisk
You'll need a pincer tool, a metallic kitchen whisk and both of your hands.
First of all you need to remove that metallic holder piece in the center of the whisk. Use a pincher to cut the metal next to the holes of each "arm" of the whisk. Then you can remove the metallic holder.
Bend up one of the petal-shaped whisk part so that it is perpendicular to the handle. Make it a little curved up so that it can sustain the weight of a small object. Leave the petal which is planar to the "wall holder" so that it can rest along the wall ( see next step )
Fold up all "petals" except one : the petal which is in the same plane as the "wall holder" will act as a stabilizer.
Make sure the stabilizer touches the wall all the way. You can make it more "round" for more stability. Stability can be further enhanced with blue-tack (patafix) or hanging a small load to the stabilizer petal.