I got the No-Ghost logo from GBFans shop. I was a little disappointed when I opened it as the ghost's eye was kind of messed up. I'd guess that whatever sewing machine did it may have mis-fired with a couple of threads.
But luckily I was able to pull the stray threads through the back and clip them off to fix the ghost's eye.
I also went around the outside edge of the patch with a permanent marker where the ghost's black outline is to fix the thin white outline in some places.
This patch comes with iron-on backing, but I thought it would be good to sew it on anyway to keep it from coming off. I was lucky that I had a mom who taught me some basic sewing skills as I was growing up. Still, sewing the patch on was a royal pain for my aging hands.
Despite being less accurate, I decided I'd use velcro for the name patch rather than sewing it on. I wanted the option of using my real last name for certain occasions.
I carefully de-stiched the existing velcro where the name patch would go and sewed on a new band of 3" black velcro from Wal-Mart, which was the perfect height for the name patch.
The problem with this velcro is that it comes with an adhesive back. While it helped to keep it in place while I needled it on, the needle often got all gummed up and slowed down the process a bit. If you can find some properly sized velcro without the sticky back, I'd recommend that over this kind.
I got my name patches from katarra8 (before GBFans offered them). I've heard of a few here having some problems, but I have had a really good experience ordering from her. I was especially pleased with the turnaround time.
I personally like the GUSH name tag better as it's shorter and fits the available space above the pocket better.
It's also interesting to see how the different lighting in these photos drastically changes the color of the uniform. Maybe I should just wear it in the appropriate light and nobody will notice the color being off.