Sure. I made a talisman using elder futhark runes. Talisman meaning cheap paper piece of junk but it involved a lot of folding. An easier method would be to gut out a septagon on paper and write a rune on each edge. It's still going to be complicated, as the more energy put into a ritual the more oomph it has.
If you don't know, runes are letters, but don't get font support on spellsofmagic, so you'll need to do a lot of googleing. Just look up each name I give you along with the words 'elder futhark'
Before you do anything you have to create bindrunes representing yourself and the person you need to talk to. To make a bind rune for anyone combine the Elder Futhark runes that stand for their initials into a geometrically pleasing shape, sort of like a monogram. If the lines for one of the runes in the initial is possible to find in the rune, your job is done and you don't have to add any more lines. Runes use mostly straight lines and similar angles so sometimes it looks like a rune is comprised of smaller runes.
Whenever you write the bind rune for a person think of what each initial means for a person's identity and write out EACH rune in order until it makes one bindrune
Great now that you have that out of the way you can actually start your spell
Open a magical circle, with your pen and paper septagon ready (make sure it's small you'll be carrying it around.)
As you write each rune, chant its name and think hard about what each rune will do for your spell. I want you to think so hard that you can actually see the events happening.
On the first corner of the charm write the rune Fehu , which dictates how the events in the spell will start. Fehu represents a moment of good luck and fortune.
On the next corner write the rune for Ansuz , which is the rune for communication. Meaning the good fortune will lead to communication.
On the next corner writh the rune Wunjo which will means joy. It will insure that the communication brings good results, even if what's good for both of you is the permanent end of the relationship.
On the next corner use the rune Gebo which means gift, but can stand for relationships. This helps the amulet know to focus on a relation ship.
On the next two corners write the bindrunes for your friend and yourself, chaning the individual names for the components of the bind runes. This helps the talisman focus on the relationship between you and your friend.
Finally write the rune Ingwaz which will store power and stop the magic of the amulet from ending too early.
Repeat the procedure on the back side of the amulet.
Cover each rune with your saliva (any body fluid will do), giving life blood to the amulet.
Cover the amulet in something of meaning to you and circle it nine times clockwise, thinking of the amulet's goal as it grows in power
Bring the amulet to your lips and chant each of the runes used in order giving it the breath of life. Again you have to think about what each rune does with painful clarity.
Tap the amulet three times with your finger to get it's attention and state it's purpose. You can name the amulet for more power.
Chant ANSUZ LAGUZ URUZ to activate the spell. Close the circle, and wear your amulet at all times. If you did it right, this should be mentally exhausted, and the situation with your friend will resolve itself how it should after a communication.
I hope these instructions help