I already knew that there was a shop on etsy with reproduction wings. However, she did not have replica Flurry wings. I thought about picking a pair closer to her wing style but they were repros of other winger ponies. I decided on a custom jeweled pair since they were their own design.
Any tutorial involving these wings will tell you to glue the wings. I am hopeful that someday I will find Flurry replicas. So I knew I didn't want to use glue.
I went to Ace Hardware and picked up a M3 flat machine screw, M3 nut, and two different M3 washers. The washers did not work out but I wasted only fifty cents. I also hit up Michaels for bent nose pliers. I already had a pair of locking but taking the remains of her broken wings out nearly destroyed my locking pair.
I wound up taking a small piece of shipping tape and carefully placing it around the center of the replacement wings. I then used my eyelet hole maker to push a 3/8" hole in the center. One of the problems was that the center wing opening was too big, so I made it smaller.
I took Flurry's head off, then I placed my wings and screw in position. I put the nut in the bent nose pliers and while holding the screw down with the screwdriver I eventually got the nut underneath and screwed until it was perfectly tight.
Next her head went back on and her back piece. She's so much happier looking now and I am happy the wings are not permenant.
Wing replacements can be found at ShadowOnTheMoon on Etsy.