Step 6: Attach the wings
This is a difficult, frustrating, and, at times, infuriating task. Fortunately, this Instructable is here to help.
The first helpful thing you can do is place a pin into the cardboard near the body of the roach and use this to hold the roach's wing back so that you can easily glue the butterfly wing underneath.
It also helps to have two pairs of tweezers for positioning the butterfly wing just right without using your hands.
Most importantly, it helps not to breathe. Seriously folks, don't breathe. You will notice that exhaling will almost assuredly move the butterfly wing (which, as per the butterfly effect, will ultimately cause an unwanted pregnancy in Cincinnati and ruin the Prom for everyone).
What worked for me was to take in a deep breath and position the wing as best I could during that time. When I couldn't hold my breath any longer, I would then turn my head completely to the side and exhale. I just kept repeating this process until I was done. Easy as that.
Lastly, if the nozzle from the Krazy Glue is too large for you to work with, try applying a small amount to the tip of an insect pin and using the pin to apply the glue.