I decided to do an old sea chart version of our solar system and the nearby stars.
(In Light Years distance from Earth)
-Alpha Centauri (A, B, and Proxima) 4.23 ly
-Bernard's Star 5.94 ly
-Wolf 359 (CN Leonis) 7.79ly
-Lalande 21185 8.3 ly
-Luyten (and UV Ceti) 8.55 ly
-Sirius (A and B) 8.6 ly
I was able to put the stars in approximate direction in a scaled down distance representation. I think it came out pretty good.
Sol is the star name for our sun.
So far science has discovered over 250 planets outside our solar system, but none have been found circling our closest stars yet (but there could be small ones that are hard to detect).
Tools: Parchment paper, pencil, and pastel