We have a party on Christmas Day, and Scott, his wheel chair decorated with red and green crepe paper, greets everyone at the door. He puts on a laughing red Santa mask and gives fractured ho-ho-hos as we give out the small Christmas ornaments we've made, of twigs wound around glass crystals.
These has sentences have been taken from Reader's Digest, January, 2006. The name of the story from which these sentences have been taken is Your son is in a coma.
If I say toy of David, books of David, cell-phone of David, all make sense. But in the above sentence no noun or pronoun has been placed before of (....., of twigs wound around...). I failed to understand it.
I would appreciate it if experts help me to realize this fact.