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Hey everyone, so this is my first time doing a faves page! 


  • Mbf me (I can’t force you to, but you would get 0.0001% chance)
  • Reblog this post at least once (likes = bookmarking) 
  • Have a perf blog ♥ 


  • A link on my page for 2 months! 
  • Unlimited promos to x,xxx! (please be reasonable though)
  • Gain more followers
  • A new bestie (me, yay!!)
  • Html / coding help
  • A follow from me (if I haven’t already followed you)


  • Reblog this 9876545678 times! (so I notice you more) 
  • Follow my polyvore here (message me your username, I follow back) 
  • Be an indie / gypsy / bambi blog! (**highest chances**) 
  • Tag a post with #kactaei, saying why you want to be part of my faves
  • Talk to meeee! I honestly don’t bite, I’m friendly ;) 


  • Banner made by me (banner blog here
  • Choosing next week / when this post gets a good amount of notes!
  • Choosing 10-15 blogs (it really depends, because there are so much fab blogs out here!) 
  • I’ll message you if you’re chosen :) 


Dorm room #aesthetics guide

Cinderblock Minimal
Target Aisle 7
Perfect Binding Bibliophile 
Fabby Road 
Natty Light
Upscale Trip
El Che-core
Black Light Lit
Ayyyy BoHo
Window Fan Smart
Contemporary Laundry Day
High School Transitional
Vintage Marley
Curbside Collage


Here is the 600 prize we owned you all for donating for Flew. Once again, thanks everyone so much for all your help. Now we will work on the 800 prize, which we would like to have more ideas for. Send us suggestions of what you’d like to see. 

I promised thoodleoo some Cicero with a flower crown.. Being fab as always.

However, this has gotten way out of control, I guess.

Sorry for for the huge delay in having this picture ready, but we had some issues with time and Bronycon, but finally it is here. Thanks everyone who helped Flew. Right now he is getting accustomed to a new home and living a lot happier, so hopefully he can start working with us again soon. Now that this is done, we can finally go back to regular updates and shenanigans, but keep your eyes open for something else that’s about to come. You’ll all see~

The Blue Veil. Fabio Fabbi (Italian, 1861-1946). Oil on canvas.

The Blue Veil, an orientalist work most likely inspired by a visit to Cairo, shows Fabbi’s versatility and skill. The dancer is painted with visible brushstrokes, giving the impression that she is moving and dancing to the music provided by the seated musicians. 

The Dance. Fabio Fabbi (Italian, 1861-1910). Watercolor and pencil on paper.

The present scene depicts one of Fabbi’s favourite themes: Raks Baladi, the popular folk dance of Egypt which is believed to have mothered all Oriental dance. The women don long, simple robes indigenous to Egypt with some ornamentation around the bust and scarves accentuating the hips.