Step 2: Put a thin layer of Mod Podge on your puzzle piece. This is so we can adhere the paper to the puzzle piece. You can always keep your puzzle piece plain or even paint it! Whatever you do will look great as long as it represents yourself! I for one used a piece from a Harry Potter book!
Step 3: Place the piece of paper over your puzzle piece. Hold this still so it sticks really well. After it's a little dry cut out around the design. This can be tedious, but you can do it ;).
Step 4: After the puzzle piece is covered place a layer of Mod Podge over it to give it a nice coating and shine. My roughly finished project had a few edges and corners that weren't perfect, but those can more easily be fixed with a hot glue gun.
Step 5: Heat that hot glue gun up! This is the time to perfect your corners and attach the brooch pin. I mean, it wouldn't be much of a brooch if it didn't have a pin, right?
Step 7: Wear your adorable new DIY brooch!