This is how you create the cosy wind light
Take a large or small glass jar.
Roll out a piece of clay into a 2-3cm thick slab, measure the size of the glass jar for the length.
Print the stamp in it and cut the contours of the houses with a sharp knife.
Stick the clay houses on the glass with a little water.
Let the clay dry slightly and paint it black.
When this is completely dry, you can brush the surface parts with Inka Gold gold or an Inka Gold color of your choice.
Hide the screw edge by wrapping some glitter material around it
Sprinkle some sand at the bottom of the jar and place a candle or tea light in it.
This is how you make this 'Oriental' Christmas card
Cut the base of the card from black cardstock.
Die-cut the loose parts from gold paper and stick them on top of the card.
Apply gold paint to the edges of the card.
Process the prints of the stamps with black embossing powder and color them with Gansai Tambi.
Then dot the three panels using Gansai Tambi.
Finally, stick the stamps on top with 3D tape to get some more depth in the card.
The label (from Marianne Design 40613) is made in the same way.
Lots of fun!