Winter is the time for 'jelly-fungi', particularly when we have had lots of lovely rain!
I find the best place to look for Exidia recisa, Amber Jelly, is on small branches of Willow at about head height.
After much rain these fruiting-bodies get so waterlogged that they become translucent and droop, forming very odd shapes. With dry weather they form a thin dark crust on the twig to swell out again after rain.
This is another jelly-fungus, Exidia nucleata, Crystal Brain which can be found on the wood of many broadleaf species --- this was on Sycamore. It is often more translucent than this but a small white 'crystal' can just be seen on the right of the lower 'blob'. the 'crystal' is made of calcium oxalate. A rather similar exidia speciesis E thuretiana, White Brain, but this is white and more opaque.