I like to use just yellow "carpenters" glue, like Titebond, to make things like this. Yesterday I rediscovered the problem with that at this time of year. Titebond doesn't bond tite when it is colder than about 60F. My first glue joints didn't set up at all in an hour at about 55F. I finally brought the parts inside, where it is warmer. This is an annual problem for me, one that I always manage to forget during the hot summers. Now, I just have to remember how I manage to work around this.