When my daughter received the present I bought to her, I asked her:
Do you like my present?
Is this correct? Or I should say:
Do you like your present?
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In my view, it depends on the context of emphasis. If you are specifically stressing that the gift came from you, "my gift" would make sense.
Also, "my gift" would still be appropriate if the gift has not yet been received or accepted. Generally speaking, once a gift is given, at the time it is accepted, it stops being "my gift" and starts being "your gift".