The first card uses lots of non-scrapbooking/cardmaking supplies: duct tape embossed with the Cuttlebug; electrical tape; a cork diecut letter; nuts; label tape; and twine.
This card is embellished with plain drywall tape from the hardware store. An added plus is it is self-adhesive. I embossed the white cardstock with an argyle pattern to coordinate with the argyle paper pattern. Instead of inking the cardstock after embossing, I inked the embossing folder itself before running the cardstock through the machine - easy inking! Just try to not use a permanent ink or the folder will be stained. A dye ink works well as it is easily washed off. The tag is unfinished balsa wood which stained well with the same dye ink.
The last card is a matchbook-fold card - the bottom fold holds the front of the card in place. I used an old-fashioned prong paper fastener from the office supply store to secure it. The wood planks were made on a regular brown paper bag, swiping with several Distress Inks and then cut into one-inch strips. The strips were cut into varying lengths and then mixed up and laid on a base piece, side by side. The "nails" were drawn in with black marker. The stamped sign hangs from a brad.