In this study, a new process to pattern directly on a thin metal layer using improved nano replication printing (nRP) process is suggested to evaluate the possibilities of fabricating a stamp for nano-imprinting. In the nRP process, any figure can be replicated from a bitmap figure file in the range of several micrometers with nano-scaled details. In the process, liquid-state resins are polymerized by two-photon absorption which is induced by femto-second laser. A thin gold layer was sputtered on a glass plate and then, designed patterns or figures were developed on the gold layer by newly developed top-down building approach. Generally, stamps fur nano-imprinting have been fabricated by using the costly electron-beam lithography process combined with a reactive ion-etching process. Through this study, the effectiveness of the improved nRP process is evaluated to make a stamp with the resolution of around 200nm with reduced cost.