Here's the sequence/order that I came up with:
from bottom to top:
Cuttlebug Plate A
Fiskars texture plate (in this case I used the "raindrops" texture as a sample)
Cardstock (the green one here)
Silicone bake pie pan (the blue one here, which I cut to the same size of the plates)
Pieces of thin paper (in my case I used something similar to bond paper, and I have 3pcs here, cut into size of the plates)
Cardstock shim (2pcs)
Cuttlebug plate B
this sandwich should go through the Cuttlebug. If you want a deeper impression, you can always add bond paper or something similar to its thickness (or should I say thinness), but this one should be able to give you a deep impression enough to satisfy your liking somehow. As I have said, you and I can never get the deep impression that the Cuttlebug embossing folders give for it has the negative and positive side.
Here's the silicone bake pie pan that I bought from the Reject Shop which only cost me $3 (it's on special, actually). I just cut it to the same width and length of the plates.
Will post the embossed cardstocks later...have to pick up DS2 from Childcare. See yah later!