Wonder Woman gift ideas
Wonder Woman-themed presents will be a big hit during the holidays this year. Warner Bros.

Wonder Woman was pretty much the pop culture icon of 2017, so it’s safe to say that many people will have some Diana Prince related items on their holiday wish lists. If you’re Christmas or Hanukkah shopping for a fan of Gal Gadot’s Amazonian warrior, your loved ones will be happy to open any of these gifts.

For The Chef: If you are looking for cookware, this seven-quart slow cooker ($39.99) will make a great present under the Christmas tree. Those trying to save counter space might want to go for smaller items like a Wonder Woman apron ($30). This cookie cutter and spatula combo ($9.89) will be appreciated too.

For The Writer: Wonder Woman pens ($7.95) and a Lasso of Truth journal ($14.99) will surely help get the creative juices flowing. If they’re more of a typist, try a 16 GB flash drive ($7.49).

For The Gym Junkie: This Wonder Woman BlenderBottle ($16.99) is perfect for protein shakes. Elastic headbands ($7.92) will keep hair tame while training for the Justice League, and a tank top that says “Wonder Woman #Lifts” ($15) will complete her perfect gym ensemble.

For The Organizer: Or perhaps you want to hint that someone could use a little more organization. A “Fight For Peace” make-up bag ($21.99) is the best way to clear up clutter in a purse. A weekly planner ($12.05) can help someone keep track of their 2018 plans. A badge clip ($11.99) will make sure their ID never gets lost at the bottom of a bag.

For The Collector: Barbie has a collector’s doll ($39.95) that would look great on display. The Wonder Woman training outfit statue ($149.95) is also something collectors will have on their Christmas lists.

For The Kids: A Wonder Woman toy chest ($34.99) is a gift their parents will appreciate, but the kids might enjoy actual toys more. A Lego set with Diana, Steve Trevor and Ares ($29.99) will thrill older kids who can handle tiny pieces. Younger fans might love this plush Wonder Woman toy ($9.99). “The Big Book of Wonder Woman” by Julie Merberg ($16.99) is a great way to get your little Diana Prince fan reading. The picture book is recommended for ages 4 and up.

For Your Mom: A Wonder Woman spa set ($89.99) would show you know how much she deserves a break. A Wonder Woman Mom shirt ($14.99) would be good too. And of course, she could probably use a wine glass ($8).

For The Secret Santa: You don’t know them very well, but you heard they like Wonder Woman. Any of the options on this list could work, but if you need some more ideas, a Christmas ornament ($8) is safe and cheap. A blanket ($17.49) or mug ($19.60) are also reasonable options that would delight any co-worker or classmate.