Stationary stationery is best. Stationery that's not static stationery is generally hard to work with. I have some experience in this. I own a traveling stationery box with ink wells and nibs and small drawers and knick knacks and doodads, and a little sloped surface for stabilizing the stationery. But what of these wandering scribes that used the little box before me? My imagination causes me to question their output. You too can imagine a scribbling scribe in a horse drawn coach (it's Georgian England, c1790) with his box upon his knee, bouncing along a rocky English road, ink pots sloshing, drawers rattling, knick knacks nicking and doodads doing. And stationery traveling, totally unstationary...It was a mess, I'm sure! Better we get a small book of stationery and a pencil, and sit stationary while the world bounces by.
Each stationery set comes with: 10 sheets of 5x8 double-sided paper, 5 matching envelopes, 2 coordinating decorative tags, and 2 coordinating decorative stickers.