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Uh-oh - you just dropped your beads!

That moment we all dread - a container of tiny seed beads has just tipped all over the carpet.  What to do?  You can try using masking tape or something similar, which is a good, quick solution.  Don't use tape that's TOO sticky, though, or you'll end up with sticky residue on your beads.

Or, you can try slipping an old piece of stocking across the end of your vacuum cleaner nozzle with a rubber band, leave a little bit of slack in the stocking, then go around and vacuum up your beads.  When you're finished, hold the nozzle over a container and turn off the vacuum.

 

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