Ultimately I think this is just a case of ignorance on the part of your friend, as she draws a false equivalence between the two gifts, and she clearly holds pagan beliefs and is ignorant of Christianity. There’s no need to overreact though. You should see it as an opportunity to educate, while being mindful of your friendship. I believe God gives everyone a chance to find Him, and often works through us to give people that chance, but it may not be up to any one of us to save any given person 100%. We can nudge people in the right direction though and maybe down the line somebody else will help your friend get the rest of the way.
The important thing is just to ask her some questions. Ask her what the meaning of her gift was. Ask her why she believes the things she believes. If she doesn’t have much reason to believe in her “magic” (I doubt very much it’s helped her in any way), you can then ask her why she believes in something when she has no reason to think it’s true.
Of course she may ask some questions in return, about why you believe what you believe. That would be a good opportunity to talk about the many miracles in the Old and New Testaments, and how the many witnesses of those miracles made every effort to spread the word through oral and written tradition going back for thousands of years despite an almost equal number of years of persecution for it. I’m sure you have your own reasons for your faith and it would be good to share your personal story as well. It’s very possible she’s unaware of these things, or has only the faintest inkling of what it is to be a Christian. I wouldn’t preach at her, I wouldn’t push for an immediate conversion, but you may be able to open a small crack in the door for another person or a future experience to widen.