For the last few weeks, I have been designing and writing greeting cards to sell in my store at Greeting Card Universe. At my previous house in Philadelphia, I had a neighbor whom I remember saying quite often, "If it ain't broken, don't fix it." He often observed me changing the oil in my car or tuning the engine. He, on the other hand, sat in the blazing sun on my side of the shared patio with beads of perspiration running down his bald head. He enjoyed the hot sun and said it reminded him of the old country, meaning Africa, him being African-American. With those thoughts in mind, I started a line of greeting cards using colloquialisms I might hear him uttering.
I have a few here that are in my store presently:
How to Create Greeting Cards
Salon of Art