A procedure for fabricating a periodic structure on a metal at submicron order using holographic interferometry and molding processes is described. First, holographic interference using a He-Cd (325nm) laser is used to create the master of the periodic line structure on an i-line sub-micron positive photoresist film. A 200nm nickel thin film is then sputtered onto the positive photoresist. Pattern is then transferred to a metal using Nickel-Cobalt electroforming. Initial results show the technique can accurately control the grating’s period and depth.