Many stores offer a quick video for certain designer items. Sometimes a purse with surprise compartments need video to set it apart from others. A leather bracelet gets more pow when on a moving arm or feather earrings a flirtatious appeal with a soft breeze. Seller would put the quick video together, get approval from Etsy management and pay a fee for a fit in to Etsy's new video link section. Some things look better with movement- movement crosses a line from still life to live action excitement. My daughter has a shop on Etsy and it's exciting for me to see items in person, but somehow in a photo. . . well, movement would add appeal and zing.
Utube is a great way, but when I'm looking on the Saks site and under certain photos it reads watch video- it's all there and makes things easier versus leaving a page and opening a new site. Nowadays it's about ease and convenience, leaving more browsing time after your customer has already stepped foot inside your shop. BTW- I checked out your shop and you're talented. Looks like you have fun with what you do.
Etsy has already even removed "Flash Options"as they are , like many on line Marketing sites, aiming towards the increase in the use of smart phone shoppers.Right now, as suggested...someone may provide a link to YouTube, as many do.
It'd be nice but when you think that it's already a challenge to get good photos, well, doing a good video would be 10 times harder - really. I fear most would be very disappointing in production value. Those that are quality work will take a lot of time and expertise. Things I appreciate but don't have the time or know how to offer myself.