The winning doodle, which will be featured for 24 hours on Wednesday, was designed by 6-year-old Layla Karpuz, a student from Mary, Mother of Hope Junior National School in Dublin.
The Doodle 4 Google contest is conducted for students in grades K-12 to create their own Google doodle. The selected entries will go onto the Doodle4Google website, where the public can vote for the winner.
Layla Karpuz described her doodle as "all the things that make me happy." The winning doodle painted children's fantasy depicting coloured people with hats, shamrocks, plants, flowers etc.
Earlier in 2009 and 2010, Google changed their logo on Nov 14, Children's Day in Google India's search engine home page to feature the Indian Doodle4Google winners. 9-year-old Gurgaon boy Puru Pratap Singh won the contest in 2009 and Akshay Raj, a 9th standard student in Mangalore bagged the prize in 2010.