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If Oprah Winfrey has seemed quiet lately – this may be the reason why!
She’s been stockpiling a list of some of the best gifts ever that one can afford even if they’re on a budget!
And lets just say they are ridiculously AMAZING!!!
And here they are:
“1. Julep Nail Polish Set
These 12 gorgeous toxin-free nail polishes were all hand-curated by Winfrey and come in this limited-edition, white lacquer box that makes a fun gift for the holidays. Exclusively for O, The Oprah Magazine, the 12 nail polishes are originally $168, but are now $84 w/code OPRAH on julep.com.
2. Yedi Housewares Sauce Trays
If you like to entertain, this set of four porcelain bowls are great for dipping sauces, candies, nuts – you name it. They come with a matching tray and the bright colors work for any occasion. At only $20, they are a true value and you can find them at your local Macy’s.
3. Bougainvillea Bracelets
Oprah fell in love with these bangles. The cuff bracelets are made with water buffalo bone and semi-precious stones and come in a range of colors. The bracelets are originally $39, but are available for $31 each w/code OPRAH at bouganvilleaboutique.com.
4. Carousel Cakes Blue Velvet Cake
Carousel Cakes have been around since 1965, but Winfrey’s staffers “fell hard” for this blue velvet version when sampling items for this year’s “Favorite Things” list. It has cream cheese icing, sugar snowflakes and pairs perfectly with a cup of coffee or a glass of champagne. Originally $42, you can have one for $34 w/code OPRAH on carouselcakes.com.
The staff at O, The Oprah Magazine, went gaga for this gadget, the “corkcicle,” designed to keep wine chilled. Just pull the “corkcicle” out of the freezer and insert into any bottle of wine that needs to stay cool. At $25, it’s a great gift for wine lovers in your life. Available at corkcicle.com”
Thought that was the whole list?
Check out the rest of ’em here because there is much, MUCH more!!!
[Image via Oprah.]
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