It's been a whirlwind 18 months for Moruya High School student Ella Burke.
25 cents from each bag sold goes to Guide Dogs Australia, and the bags have so far raised more than $610,000 for the charity.
This amount is enough to train 12 Guide Dog puppies, and Ella had the unique opportunity to name one at a ceremony at Guide Dogs HQ in Melbourne.
Ella and fellow winner, Kassidy Jewell, had the chance to share a few cuddles with the seven-week-old puppies at last week's ceremony, and named two of them Brynn and Jewell.
The two girls also met Lilly Cascan, an 11-year-old who is blind and supported by Guide Dogs Australia. She may receive one of the puppies after their 18 months of training.
Ella said she was proud to be part of a great fundraising campaign.
"It feels pretty crazy to know that my designs are in all Coles stores across the country," she said. "It's even better to know they're raising funds for Guide Dogs Australia.
"My friends and family all visit Coles and send me photos of my bag, which feels amazing every time.
"It's pretty special to now that my design has been able to contribute to something so amazing."