Engineering nanostructures from the bottom up enables the creation of carefully sculpted complex structures that are not accessible via top down fabrication techniques, in particular, complex periodic structures for applications in photonics and sensing. In this work a proof of principle that bottom up approach can be adopted and utilized for sculpting devices from diamond is proposed and demonstrated. A realization of periodic structures is achieved by growing nanoscale single crystal diamond through a defined pattern. Optical wave-guiding of a narrow band emission attributed to the SiV defects in diamond is demonstrated by overgrowth on a thin diamond membrane. In addition, an array of hexagonal microdisks with diameter sizes ranging from 1 to 4 μm is demonstrated. The bottom up approach for diamond opens up new avenues for devices fabrication and sculpting three dimensional structures.