Sorry that this post is late in coming, I was going to post it yesterday, but life got in the way....
Awhile ago, I posted this picture of some glass etched address blocks that I created. HERE is the original post.
At the time, I was unsure as to how I was going to light these. I wanted a small light so that you wouldn't see a huge bulb through the glass. One day, I was shopping at Meijer and found these.
They are LED nightlights with a light sensor so that they will go on and off depending on the light. They are made by First Alert. So I bought some to experiment with. I was able to easily pop off the top with a butter knife.
Unfortunately the diameter of this light is just a smidge too big to fit inside the hole of the glass blocks, but never fear. E-6000 to the rescue!
This stuff is great, I have fixed many things with this that other adhesives just would not work with. I placed the light on top of the hole, and applied a bead of E-6000 to the edge all the way around. I made sure that the light sensor was in the back of the glass block. I let the E-6000 dry and it was securely fastened to the glass block.