Cut a similar notch in the head end of the arrow to receive a stone or metal point. Metal points can be made by grinding and filing thin, flat steel pieces. The stone or glass arrow head is chipped into its arrowhead shape. Add glue into the notch and then insert the arrowhead. Wrap twine, floss, dried sinew segments, or dogbane fiber around the shaft and arrowhead. Next, seal the wrapping with more glue to make sure the arrowhead stays in place. You can also just carve a point on the arrow shaft to simulate a field point.