I would like to fix self-made wooden pieces on top of the following reusable corks:
Their description can be found here (where I bought them and where the picture comes from).
The pieces to fix can be of any shape: spheres, cubes, cones, cylindres, polyhedrons, etc... are painted and may come from different types of wood. They are decorative, and are not bigger than twice the size of the cork.
Should I simply use a wood glue?
With this method, it seems a bit difficult to solidly fix a sphere without putting a lot of glue.
Are there alternative ways?
Ideally, the method should be aesthetic and solid enough to resists a bottle opening.