The problem is that there is no such thing as a Beginner spell. One either knows how to do magic or one does not. And if you do know how to do magic then you can do any possible spell. Part of the issue is the idea that all you have to do to do a spell is to read some words you found on a website, light a candle or two and Voila! Your spells will work. That isn't how magic works at all, and trying it that way will be a disappointment.
If you are serious about learning how to master spellwork, then it's going to take time, study and effort. Here are some books that I'd suggest:
"Before You Cast a Spell" by Carl McColman
"Spells and How They Work" by Janet and Stewart Farrar
"The Veil's Edge" by Willow Polson
"Modern Magick" by Donald Craig
Some spells on here will never work no matter how hard you try. You can't turn yourself into some mythical being or anything other than human. You can't create a dragon egg or a dragon here on the physical plane. Magic can help with some things, but even magic is still bound by the physical laws of the Universe.
Another misconception is that idea that we have an "Element". We don't. That idea is a bit of Hollywood stuff that became popular in the 1990's after the movie The Craft introduced it. We are made up of all of the Elements and the idea is to learn to bring all of them in balance within us. We may have a greater affinity for one or two Elements, but that just means we need to spend more time developing a relationship with the ones that we have a harder time with. Another misconception is that we are the Element that is related to our Zodiac sign. There are several problems here, not the least is that we are more than simply our birth sign. One also has to look at the positions of the other planets in the various Houses. For instance, I was born under the sign of Taurus (Earth) but I also have parts of my chart in Water signs, and a lot in Fire. So looking at your whole chart will clearly show that one isn't simply a single Element.
I must also respond to one of the answers you received stating that some spells will not have any negative repercussions. ANY spell can have negative effects if one isn't careful about it. As an example of something that backfired on me many years ago...I did a money spell. Several days later I was involved in a car accident. My neck was hurt, my car was severely damaged. Five months later I received a sizable check from my insurance company. So I got the result I was looking for in that I got some money...but the way in which I got it was not what I would have wanted.
Magic is like a two-edged sword. It can do you great good, or it can do you great harm. The only way to be fairly certain that you will achieve what you want without negative results is to learn as much as possible about how and why magic works before you go casting spells willy-nilly.