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"I try to give things that get consumed, because I don't want to add to anyone's clutter—a true gift doesn't burden the recipient."

Good Fortune

My favorite thing to give is cash. These little red Chinese envelopes let me present it with the honor that money deserves.

Originally $3 for 40, now $2 with code OPRAH;

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Stacking Up

Not only does this boxed set look pretty; its contents (pears, baklava, mixed nuts, aged Cheddar, smoked sausage, raspberry galettes, and two kinds of chocolates) taste amazing, too.

Great Expectations Double Discovery Gift, originally $60, now $48 with code OPRAH;

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Wise Words

Because all my royalties from this book go to the Avon Foundation for Women, this isn't just one gift—it's empowerment for those who read it and a boost for women's issues.

Thoughts That Can Change Your Life, $10;

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Pressing Matters

These extra-virgin oils come from Italian olives hand-harvested in California.

VIP Gift Collection, originally $85, now $68 with code OPRAH;

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The Write Stuff

One of the greatest gifts is a word of appreciation; this stationery makes that act even more meaningful.

Silver Elephants, $75 for 12 cards and envelopes;

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Let Her Rip!

While a space-saving crosscut shredder may seem like a strange gift, I love that it helps protect those close to me.

Black & Decker Studio Shredder, originally $50, now $40 with code OPRAHFAV;

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Make Scents

Whenever I use these oils, people ask, "Who smells good?"—and it's always me! Everyone I give them to loves them.

Ultimate Bath and Shower Mini Oil Collection, originally $86, now $68 with code OPRAH;

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