My assertion, that it takes just a few minutes to mass produce Zazzle items, relies upon the fact that your image is ready and waiting.
The photographs which form the basis of mine tend to be taken during my travels around Britain. In truth then those two posters above took hours, days even, to create.
I had to save up the petrol money, decide where I was going, and drive miles to arrive there.
Then I wandered around snapping away. This always takes a while, as I have a tendency to forget why I'm there and end up day-dreaming over the view instead.
But pictures collected, I have the return journey. Factoring in comfort breaks and getting side-tracked by more pretty scenery, it can take hours. Days. I've been known to go missing for a week.
None of this is counted in the 'quick' bit. I'll tell you when to start with that.
Once you have your artwork, images/photographs, calligraphy or whatever else to upload, then there is one more important point of preparation to make. If you're going to sit here for hours producing hundreds of items, you need something to occupy your mind.
I went for podcasts on iTunes. That's how I learned all about Gary Galka. Trust me, the Zazzle process now won't be rocket science. It'll be pretty brainless, but effective. You'll want audio distraction, be it music, talking book or radio shows.
Now we're ready to go! Start the clock!