I'll try one last time.
"It" - meaning the object as defined and identified, in this case let's say it's a bottle of juice - was made by whatever person/process assembled it. The further you go back along the chain of causation that created it, the further you get from anything we can meaningfully identify as its "creator". Get it?
Bah, I've lost patience now with this "creation" term. Strictly speaking, no instance of creation has ever been observed*. Only rearrangement. Positing creation rather than rearrangement breaks parsimony. Is there a good reason to do this? What did god rearrange in order to get the material for the universe?
* - Some will be pedantic and point out that virtual particles come into existence without being rearranged from something else. I'd like to point out that A. they don't exist for long (are unstable), and B. their genesis is evidence that something can, indeed, spontaneously appear out of nothing.