Your claim. the Father is the creator and the Son isn't.Look from who all things came? God the Father. That means the Father is the creator and the Son isn't. The rest of the Bible supports this.
So we should find explicit support that states the Father created and nothing that states the Son did.
Does not state Father.
Has nothing to do with creation
Close but no cigar. No connection between one father and one God. Just because its in the same sentence does not equate that they are the same.
Nothing about creation.
This is speaking of Jesus
You would have to explain your understanding of from whom vs through whom
If through whom ≠ creator.
Romans 11:36 'through Him' applies to the Father. Following your reasoning the Father is now an instrument, but of whom?
36 For of Him and through Him and to Him are all things, to whom be glory forever. Amen. (Ro 11:36). (1982).
Nothing about creation here.
Not crediting the Father with creation.
As I wrote before this is an exercise in throwing everything at it hoping something sticks.This is just a sample and it sets the precedent. When the Bible mentions God creating, it's always referring to the Father without exception, even where it doesn't specifically say Father.
Read the OP Jesus is explicitly and literally credited with creation.