If you make a lot of stitching cards with beads it is worth getting, or making, a bead tray. This will keep your beads in one place and stop them rolling away and getting lost on the floor.
The main features of a bead tray are the base covering of material such as felt that stops the beads from rolling around and raised edges to keep the beads from falling off. You could make one from the lid of a suitable box and a piece of felt. Or you could purchase a bead try from a shop that specialises in beads. The bead tray illustrated is shop brought. It is 23 centimetres (9 inches) square.
I use a teaspoon to scoop out the beads and collect them up after use. I did purchase a purpose made bead scoop but I prefer the teaspoon as the longer handle makes it easier to use.
Do you have any bead related tips?