O magazine is out with its list of Oprah's Favorite Things – products that make great gift ideas this holiday season.
Clarissa Cruz, fashion features editor at the magazine, appeared on "Good Morning America" to discuss 12 great gift ideas from among the list. There's something here for everyone – and some items are available for a special discount.
The list is finalized after months of research and review, Cruz said. Oprah Winfrey and the magazine's team of experts – including Martha Beck, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Peter Walsh – select the products they'd love to give and get.
The magazine is also running the "12-Day Holiday Give-O-Way," in which 12 lucky participants could win every item listed in the Favorite Things gift guide. Click HERE for full details about the contest.
Martha Beck's pick: Silver and gold necklaces engraved with inspiring mantras from Dogeared.com. Originally priced starting at $62, they're now $49 with the code OPRAH.
Adam Glassman's pick: Espresso maker from Home Goods. It's just $10. Go to homegoods.com for store locations.
Winfrey's pick: Pet ornaments; starting at $70 each, from waggingtailportraits.com. Send in a picture of your beloved pet; get back an heirloom.
Peter Walsh's picks:
A bottle tote, by Reisenthal, from touchofeurope.net; originally $16, now $12 with code OPRAH.
Australian Licorice Box, with mango, apple and strawberry licorice, from oliveandcocoa.com. The box was originally $34 but is $27 with code OPRAH.
Winfrey's pick: Chicken pot pie from centervillepies.com. Originally $22, they're now $12 each with code OPRAH.
Dr. Oz's pick: Animal Sound Alarm Clock; $22 each or 2 for $40. The clocks were designed by the children of St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, and proceeds from each sale benefit the hospital. Visit the St. Jude's hospital shop here.
Chef Cat Cora's pick: Animal helmets from raskullz.com. Great for active children,these helmets are fun. They were originally $25, but are now $20 each with code OPRAH.
Asics sneakers, $120 from zappos.com. These sneakers' perforated liners let you go sockless, and the neon pattern is trendy.
Winfrey's pick: Tea for one cup and teapot by Yedi Houseware. Available at barnesandnoble.com. Originally $20, it's now $16 with code OPRAH. Don't forget the chai tea from rishi-tea.com. Originally $10, it's now $8 with code OPRAH.
Cupcake-shaped bath bombs from feelingsmitten.com; they were $10.50 each, now $8 with code OPRAH. They come in scents such as Mellow Mimosa and Mint Condition. The items fizz with essential oils and Dead Sea salt when you drop them into the tub.