Thank you for your response. I finally got an old friend for some advice. I scraped it all of again, put joint compound on , sanded it down and then sprayed textured it again then paint of course.Thank you for the complete info and pic of the problem
Honestly though, and I know you don't want to hear this...sorry, but to make the repair completely invisible, you'll need to skim coat (with joint compound) the whole wall, and re-texture
From the pic (I realize it looks worse in person), it looks great (eg: the best possible for a spot repair of a textured surface)
If you want more, you must do more
Your right...it does not look perfect and I probably would have to do what you said to make it look perfect, but definitely looks better than before. At least now you can't tell unless you put your face up to it. Before you can be sitting on the couch and it was obvious.