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Personally i'd cut the two images by hand like in the Cutting Out Images the Easy Way tutorial, then paste them in separate layers where you can move them about and alter them later, changing their opacity if needed.

I find that :MagicWandTool: leaves bits of noise around the original stock and end up fiddling with the tolerance over and over :P

This'd also be good practice for when cutting images on busier backgrounds in the future need transparent backgrounds.

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