What you say is true, when an intelligent being creates something it can be a reflection of them in many senses, but how does that relate to what we're talking about here? Many things are created without someone or something actually doing the 'creating'. Mountains, valleys, canyons, cliffs...these are created by rivers, oceans, the wind and rain, even the movement of earth itself.
Just because something is, doesn't mean something intelligent made it.
Can you explain in consideration of Newton's Laws of Motion how the universe started to spin? The photon of the sun travels to earth enters earths atmosphere hit's the ocean causes the water to evaporate which then turns to rain hitting the mountain creates work all the way to the ocean and repeat. So if there was no start than was the cycle always a cycle and the cycle has no beginning or end? If so the sun must have always shown, but science says that even the sun is finite like a fire in a fire place and that is supported by the law of thermodynamics.
Well, we're not even sure if the universe does spin. Some scientists think so. It goes back to the age old question, if the universe does spin, spinning in relation to what? That goes to the very heart of the definition of "space", which scientists like Galileo, Newton, Mach, Einstein each have explored and redefined each time.
But that's beside the point. Even if you take the view that we're all caught up in some cosmological merry-go-round, or maybe we're even riding on the back of a Giant Star Turtle, I still don't see how that is in anyway relevant to whether an intelligent creator exists.