Layered heat embossing can be tricky. First you want to make sure you have the right embossing powders. If you are going to heat emboss in layers, it’s best to have very opaque powders.
This means they’re not transparent or translucent, in other words, you can’t see through them. Remember the bottom layer is the layer you heat emboss first. So in this example, it would be the ice cream cone. Let the image cool for a bit.
Then use your anti-static powder tool and heat emboss the next layer. Then repeat the steps. I actually got some embossing powder on where I didn’t want it so I ended up fussy-cutting the stacked ice cream cone. Results still look sweet to me! I then added a simple shaker window on the side with matching sequins. Then I stamped my sentiment in black pigment ink.