Sky's The Limit Chocolate Care Package
About the product
The limited-edition Going Places chocolate collection celebrates the lesser-known heroes of World War II: the women who were called upon to work the hundreds of civilian and military jobs that were critical to victory. Hats off to these brave women, who boldly paved the way for our future!
Designed in collaboration with artist Libby VanderPloeg and the Museum of Flight in Seattle, this custom care package includes 3 Boldly Go Truffle Bars, a 12oz bag of Sky’s the Limit Truffles (about 39 pieces), a commemorative postcard, and a FREE sticker set honoring the brave women of World War II. Surprise the deserving go-getter or big achiever in your life with this gorgeous, exclusive care package.
Our Boldly Go Truffle Bar features a meltaway milk chocolate truffle center enrobed in a dark chocolate shell. The Sky’s the Limit 12 oz Truffle Bag contains a mix (about 39 truffles) of sweet and salty San Juan Sea Salt, rich and smooth Dark Chocolate, creamy Milk Chocolate, and Blackberry Crème (fresh freeze-dried blackberries in creamy white chocolate enrobed in dark chocolate). Our truffle wrappers are compostable in home gardens.
3 x Boldly Go Truffle Bars – 1 Sky’s the Limit 12oz lb. Truffle Bag – 1 Commemorative Postcard – 1 FREE Sticker Set
About the artist
Libby VanderPloeg is a Midwest-based artist, illustrator, and designer. She grew up in Michigan on the edge of the Great Lakes dunes in a small town called Grand Haven and has since lived in Grand Rapids, Chicago, New York, and Stockholm. Her mixed-media paintings, animations, and digital illustrations drift between art, pop, and meme culture, exploring her relationship to feminism, activism, aesthetic ideals, and daydreamy pursuits of happiness. When she’s not drawing, you might fun her running, cycling, or on a quest for buttery pastry. Libby’s artwork has been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, The New Yorker, Time Out, Food 52, Ann Taylor LOFT, and TED Talks among many, many others. Her work is very relevant, often reflecting on social movements impacting women such as the #MeToo movement and the Womxn’s March. Learn more about Libby.
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