Zazzle, the print-on-demand website, offers basic layout options for your Zazzle store so you don't have to be technologically inclined to participate at the site. All you need to get started selling, is some original drawings or paintings, photos or graphic artwork to upload (at the correct size) and then place them on any of the many products Zazzle offers for sale. (Certain pictures in the Public Domain can be used as well.)
How you choose to present those products for sale, is up to you. It may seem a bit overwhelming at first for anyone who has not run their own online store (most of us!), but it's quite easy to have products ready for sale in a matter of hours.
I opened my first store at Zazzle in August 2007 and have learned quite a bit since then. The site has updated and changed, mostly for the better, since then. I want to share the basics for those who are just starting out, or thinking about becoming an online entrepreneur.