The purpose of the study was to define how the temperature affects different imprints on different kinds of paper. Materials and imprints can be very different from each other, so we try as much as possible to influence on different factors for the best quality image and stability of the final product. Because the products are subjected to different conditions, also factors differ. Some materials, especially the packaging papers must be resistant to a number of factors such as tempretarure, as it is expected that they will have to be stored and will need a longer lifespam. In this paper we took two different samples of paper and made prints. We had two different patterns, one with lettering and one with colors. When the prints were made they were tested in various conditions to verify their stability. They were previusly exposed to different temperatures for 7 days (-6 °C, -12 °C and room temperature). By comparing the color differences, it was determined which temperature had the most impact on the prints and which colors had the most damage. The results showed that the prints, which were exposed to the lowest temperature had the most damage. The biggest color differences were on cian prints. Different kind of paper also affects the mechanical stability of the prints. Color differences on glossy caoted paper were bigger, than the ones on matt coated paper.