Taylor Swift's Face Gets a Rice-and-Beans Makeover for Epic Scavenger Hunt: See the Results

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Taylor Swift performs during The 1989 World Tour at Tokyo Dome at Tokyo Dome on May 6, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan. 

Actor Misha Collins, who stars on the CW's Supernatural, is making people spill the beans for Taylor Swift -- literally.

Collins is the creator of G.I.S.H.W.H.E.S., the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen. Thousands of "gishers" complete around 200 crazy tasks, such as playing Ping-Pong underwater or giving out roses to homeless people. They document their tasks for points, and the winners join Collins for a grand-prize vacation.

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One of the most popular and creative tasks for the 2015 scavenger hunt was creating a portrait of Swift simply made of glue, rice and dried legumes.

The results were pretty amazing -- check out our favorites below:

The Pterodackles created Swift's look from her "Bad Blood" video.

Jefferson-Starships Loves #hipwiththekids created a silhouette of the pop star.

DingoSasquatchLovesSG-1 created a sultry portrait of a Red-era Swift.

DirtyMike&TheBoys tried to re-create Swift's signature red lip with dried black-eye peas and lentils.

Mishesmaniandevils created a picture of what the "Out of the Woods" singer currently looks like with her shoulder-length hair.

Pretty impressive, right?

Swift recently tweeted out a video that gave tribute to her seven albums in domino form -- what will fans come up with next?