'GMA''s Gift-Giving Survival Guide to Easy Holiday Shopping

PHOTO: "GMA"s gift-giving survival guide helps you find the best holiday gifts for less!

Finding gifts can be hard work, but "Good Morning America" is taking the hassle out of holiday shopping.

"GMA"'s Gift-Giving Survival Guide, our new series, will present you with lots of great products at a range of prices to help you save money while making your loved ones happy.

Kate Dimmock from People's StyleWatch magazine appeared on "GMA" today with the low-down on the hottest gifts:

Personalized Jewelry

Initial necklace, $2.80 from Forever 21.

Alphabet post earrings, $25, from Melissa Joy Manning.

For the Foodie

Candy-filled jewelry box, $150, from Dylan's Candy Bar available at Neimanmarcus.com.

Wine Tasting set, $37.99, from Tasting Room.com using promo code PEOPLESW at the checkout

For the Fashionista

Sequined bag, $49.95, from Gap.

Shearling-lined slippers, $98, from Jacques Levine.

Clutch Wallet, $12.99, from Target.

For House and Home

Tea Tower, $23.80, designed by MoMA, at JCPenney.

Monogrammed throw, $98, from Lands Downunder available at Monograms Off Madison.

Hammered Bowl, $16.99, from Target.

Stationery, $6.99, from Target.

For the Gamer

Atari Arcade for iPad, $60, from Apple.

For Bedtime

Nick and Nora slipper socks, $14.99, from Target.

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