No it wouldn't. It would show that *in this case* a creator was involved. Making any other claim without knowing more about the process used requires HUGE debilitating assumptions. What if a lab creates life by setting up a Urey-Miller system, and then not touching it for 15 years? We would not have "created" the life (in a micro-management sense), but the life certainly wouldn't have been formed in a purely natural setting, either.