I really have no experience with trying to game a girl cold on the book. If she added you first, I'd be dubious of whether or not she's real (unless you have mutual friends that know her).
All that being said, you ran some ok game, but you need to learn to calibrate a bit better. In this case you showed to much attraction, qualified to her too soon, and never forced her to qualify to you except by opening you. Basically, there was no edge in your game, so you didn't build any attraction past the initial bit.
Let's look at your messages:
'hey I just came across your profile and it is splendid creative an elegant'First message is a compliment. Compliments in general are a form of showing attraction. You start with this compliment and where do you go from there?
'I wanna chat with you but I am really a busy person..are you available for a chat?'Ok, so you go from a big pull (showing of attraction) right to another one. Telling a girl you want to chat with her is another pull. Points for attempting to show non-neediness by stating that your busy though.
Again, you're complimenting her. Instead of going for, "you look smart and I am going to call you smarty pants," you should have gone for a push/tease with something like "You look like such a dork! Haha, I'm calling you dorkbutt from now on!" Finally:
'Hey I just came across your photo, the one you are wearing glasses on(lol..swag I guess). You look smart and I am going to call you smarty pants
..so what are you doing now miss smarty pants?'
' I am listening to music smarty but I am going to be busy all day..so do you really live in neilspruit?'This is one of those "boring" messages we preach that guys should avoid. Don't feel bad though, everyone makes this mistake occasionally. Finally:
'Hey..I gotta go, see you later' You made this message because you found the silence awkward. If she didn't respond to you then don't start giving second and third messages--even if they are a simple good bye. You're a busy guy, so if she doesn't have time for you, then you don't have time for her.
Basically, the overall gist of your conversation hasn't built any attraction. You seem to be stuck in a nice guy mentality, but you're at least understanding some of the principles.
It's important to realize that all of these messages are fine in isolation, but stacked on top of each other they do not create the picture you should be going for.
As a final piece of advice, watch out for your own congruency. What I mean by this is that saying things like "I'm busy," but then talking about topics like where someone lives is incongruent.